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We dedicate our yearbook to the future: to the new horizons that rise before us; to the 
happiness that has yet to come. 



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YEARBOOK STAFF 





First Row: Angela Valente, Cindi Richards, Cathi DeWilde, Marie Michaud. Second Row: Laurie Fosgate, Patti Martin, Jeanne McDonald, Karen 
Kingston, Michele Giroux, Karen Fielding. Third Row: Lynne Hastings, Terry Hartka, Doreen Bowman, Beth Benson, Mr. Woodbury, Lynette 
West, Cheryl Allen, Leslie York. Missing: Sue Fitzpatrick, Susan Childs, Carol Lombard, Laura Miller, Keith Roueche, Dawn Bradford, Sue 
Smith, Holly Garrett, Larry Burke. 




The yearbook staff 
wishes to express their 
gratitude to Mr. 
Woodbury, who has 
donated much of his 
time and energy to the 
making of our year- 
book. His patience is 
beyond belief, he has 
helped us meet our 
deadlines, no matter 
how hectic. Over the 
months his face was 
never without a smile 
which encouraged our 
fullest enthusiasm. 




Cindi Richards, copy editor; Cathi DeWilde, editor-in- 
chief; Marie Michaud, design editor; Angela Valente, 
photo editor. 



Mr. Thomas Woodbury, yearbook advisor. 




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HEAR YE, HEAR YE 

The Class of 1976 declares 

MRS. LESLEY BASMAJIAN 

as our Teacher of the Year. 



Mrs. Basmajian has been more than just a teacher, 
she has been an open and honest friend throughout 
our four years of high school. No matter how busy or 
rushed, she always could lend some time to help or 
to listen, or to just be there. The fun and sometimes 
crazy times that have been shared reveal that she 
shows the true Spirit of '76. 









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School Committee. Sitting: Richard Thackery, John Brooks, John Nealon. Standing: Harry 
Landers, Francis Ottati, Francis Sullivan. 



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Dr. George Eisenberg, Principal. 



WILMINGTON HIGH SCHOOL 
WILMINGTON MASSACHUSETTS 



GEORGE O. EISEN 



Dear Class of 1976: 

On behalf of the faculty at Wilmington 
High School , I extend to you my heartiest congratulations 
and best wishes upon completing one major milestone in 
your life. 

I hope that as you travel the road of 
adulthood you will become even more involved in your 
community, state, and nation. 




Mrs. Pat Gearty, Mrs. Winnie Barry, Secretaries. 



Mr. Jack Lynch 
Coordinator of Student Activities 



Mr. Roger Breakey 
Dean of Students 



Mrs. Constance Skahan. 



Mrs. Joanne Burke, Secre- 
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Mrs. Suellen Doggett. 





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Seated: Miss Majorie A. Marshall. Standing: Dr. Kevin W. Callahan, 
Mr. George F. Cogan, Mr. Malcolm W. Jones. 



Seated: Mrs. Donna Green, Mrs. Frances Boudreau, Department 
head; Miss Martha Land. Standing: Miss Jean Longo, Mr. Charles 
Shiere, Mrs. Donna Gershon, Mrs. Eileen Harvey. 




BUSINESS 



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Mr. Francis Kelley, Mr. Robert Milley. 






Mr. Robert Saxe, Mr. Warren Atkinson. 



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Mrs. Carol King, Mrs. Kathrine Bell, Ms. Patricia Norkunas. 



Mr. Roger Cote, Mr. James Babcock, Department head; Mr. Timothy 



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Ms. Sylvia Milanese, Mr. Daniel Greece, Miss Mary Kennedy, Mrs. M rs.Catherine Symonds, Ms. Lucy Stille. 
Rosemane Koure. 




Mr. Richard Dulong, Mrs. Betsy Cronin, Mr. Steven Garrity. 



Mrs. Joyce Aldrich. 





Mr. Robert Malay. 



Ms. Robin Becker, Miss Karen Helmer, Mr. Matthew )oyce. 










Mr. Richard Fardy Mr. John Hartnett, Mrs. Rose Hamilton, teacher aide; Mrs. Priscilla Lockwood, Mrs. Majorie 
Butler, Mr. James Megyesy. 




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Mrs. Jeanne Pederson 



Mr. John Krey 



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Mr. Alan Fessenden 



Mr. Richard Scanlon 



Mr. Lawrence Maggio 




Mr. Charles Keady 



Mr. Gennaro DiSarcina Mr. Steven O'Brien, Mrs. Lesley Basmajian 





Mr. Joseph Beaton, Department Head; Mr. Stephen Feinberg 



Mr. Robert Cripps, Mr. Carl Olsson 




SOCIAL STUDIES 



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Mrs. Marlene Ross, Ms. Terese Mills 



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Mrs. Beverly Shea 



Mrs. Patricia Lohnes 




Mr. Rolando Gonzalez 





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Ms. Cecelia Lewis, Ms. Lydia Baan, Ms. Louise Bocchino, Dept. Head. 



Ms. Charleen Golonka, Mrs. Joy Kern, Miss Susan Rozen 




FOREIGN LANGUAGE 



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INDUSTRIAL ARTS 



MUSIC 




Miss Barbara Mette, Miss Linda Jackson. 



Mr. Alfred Hambelton, Department Head, Mr. John McDermott, Mr. Edward Martinez. 




Mr. Michael Nee, Mr. Frank Lentine 



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Mr. Darrell Rhodes. 



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Standing: Mr. David Juneu. Seated: Ms. Laura Campbell 



Miss Maureen LaHaise, Mrs. Margaret Giordano, Miss Nancy Falzano. 



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Rosie Wallent 
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Donna Knickle 
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Brenda Rossi 
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First Row: Diane Sugrue, Debby Cook, Janet Burke, Diane Cook. Second Row: Maureen Howlett, Lusann Nicholas, Dan Lowry, Ken 
Liston, Cathi Dewilde. 




First Row: Mark Matarese, Don Sunnerberg. Second Row: Mr. McDermott, advisor; Anne Gagnon, Cheri Martin, Sharon Clark 



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First Row: Patsy Fitzpatrick, secretary. Second Row: John Campbell, vice-president; Lisa Gubellini, treasurer; Mr. Saxe, 
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First Row: Mary Lou Simmons, Miss NorKunas, advisor. Second Nancy Marden, vice-president; Elaine Pete, s, Sherry 
Row. Helen Bailey, Bev Bicknell, Brenda Burns. Bearse, Carl Baptiste, Deana Zwicher, secretary; Miss- 

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First Row: Anne Gagnon, Julie Brooks, Lusann Nicholas, Karen McVicker, Dave McMillan, Pam Strand, Mary Lou Simmons. Second 
Row: Jay Jones, Laura Spada, Terry Hartka, Jeanne Novak, Landra Webster, Tom Stewart, Debbie Olson, Mr. McDermott, advisor. 




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First Row: Hope Miceli, Deb Cook, Janet Burke, Patty Murphy, Diane Cook, Liz Bartlett, Laureen McConologue. Second Row: Debbie 
Shufelt, Cheryl MacGrath, Karen Olshaw, Maureen Connolly, Debbie Riddle, Stephanie Liberacki, Sharon LaRivee, Sandy Carlson, 
Karen Fitzgerald, Mr. O'Brien, advisor. Third Row: Mark Matarese, Cindy Smallidge, Terry Clifford, Cheryl Dicey, Jenny DeWilde, 
Linda Magee, Darlene Carroll, Carol Adams, Michelle Troll, Steve Logue. Missing: Michele Giroux, Beth Benson. 



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HONOR 




First Row: Chris DeLuca, Debby Leyden, Cathi DeWilde, Rosie Wallent, Karen Kingston, Jeanne McDonald, Carol Lombard, Mark 
Smith. Second Row: Mrs. Lohnes, advisor; Sandra Hogg, Brenda Tyler, Hope Miceli, Bob McKinnon, Jim Nee, Joe Murphy, Don 
Gould, Mike Morris. Third Row: Rebecca Baldwin, Hee Young Choi, Pam Walker, Donna West, Donna Mills, Lisa Smith, Judy Tighe, 
Leslie Freeman, Karen Wiberg, Eric Wood, Steve Woods. 




First Row: Carolyn Carbonne, Marcia Kovitch, Irene Gedaminsky, Tami Tutela, Linda Higley, Lisa Gubellini. Second Row: Andrea 
Buckley, Pat Carta, Beth Benson, Jimmy Nee, Jenny DeWilde, Cindy Smallige, Janet C'Reilly, Susan O'Hearne, Mrs. Baan, advisor. 
Third Row: Maureen Nash, Linda Hardy, Pat Berry, Linda Rudnicki, Don Lombardi. 



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SOCIETIES 




First Row: Jeanne McDonald, Karen Kingston, Pam Welch, Debbie Kelley, Kerin Pilcher, Rosie Wallent, Patty Murphy, Laurie 
Fosgate, Mrs. King, advisor. Second Row: Carol Lombard, Lynne Hastings, Marie Michaud, Susan Childs, Doreen Bowman, Angela 
Valente, Cathi DeWilde, Sue Smith, Mark Pavelcak. Third Row: Mike Tyner, Mark Steeves, Dave LaRivee, Chris DeLuca, Alex Miele, 
Mark Smith, Tony Gravellese, Bill Noelcke, Tom Pelletier. 




First Row: Chris DeLuca, Alex Miele, Bob Aprile, Mark Smith. Second Row: Dave Larivee, Mr McMahon, advisor; Ken Liston. 



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First Row: Beth Emond, Elaine Peters, Julie Morris, Lisa Cook. Second Row: Mr. Atkinson, advisor; Kathy Madden, Kevin Cogen, 
Sherry Bearse, Sandi Joyce, Maura Donnelly. Third Row: Brad Keough, Tom Bachman, Carl Baptiste. 



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First Row: Diane Silverman, Beth Benson, Anne Gagnon, Rosie Wallent, Donna Knickle, Frannie Scarano. Second Row: Wayne 
Velozo, Chris Lyman, Paul Radochia, Bruce Butters, John Campbell, Dave McMillian, Mike Morris, Eric Wood. Missing Mr. Cote, 
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First Row: Mr Beaton, advisor; John Imbimbo. Second Row: Dave McMillan, John Campbell, George Lingerfelter, Steve Brown, 
Abel, Ed Reynolds. 



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Front Row: Donna Mills, Sandi Hogg, Donna West. Second Row: Pat Carta, Karen Tutela, Tami Tutela, Lisa Smith, Nancy Hoper, Susan 
Childs, Angela Valente, Laura Spada. Missing: Mr. Gigante, advisor. 



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First Row: Debbie Reinhart, Tami Tutela, Pam Welch, Dawn Bradford, Cheryl Vayo, Janet Rideout. Second Row: Jayne Jackson, Beth 
Spear, Sandra Hogg, Lisa Smith, Donna Mills, Valerie Doucette, Nancy Hooper, Laura Spada, Barbara McQuaid, Cindy Smallage, 
Jenny DeWilde, Mr. Krey, advisor. Third Row: Sandy Bator, Donna Moore, Brenda Tyler, Karen Eisener, Laurere McConologue, 
Karen Tutela, Pat Berry, Donna West. Fourth Row: Steve Roposo, Paige Decosta, Dan Martin, Fred Jackson, Kevin Cogan, Sharon 
Landry, Ed Reynolds, Mark Lies, John Campbell, Jackson Humphrey, Mark Smith, Dave McMillan, Rebecca Baldwin, Rachelle 
Eisenberg, missing Billy Cunningham. 




First Row: Linda Bower, Terry Sullivan, Diane Dizacomo, Les Dangerfield, Kelley Shinners, Mary Jennings. Second Row: Theiry Centis, 
Sharon Peters, Nancy Richard, Nancy Hooper, Rosanne Dombrowski, Mark Matarese, Ms. Stille, advisor. Third Row: Karen Fielding, 
Cindy Marden, Don Sunnerburg, Robin Patterson, Paul Duggan, Sharon Clark, Cheri Martin. 



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First Row: Mrs. King, advisor; Sandi Hogg, Tami Tutela, Donna Mills, Lynne Hastings, Angela Valente. Second Row: Donald Lombardi, 
Alex Miele, Mark Smith, Donna West, Sandi Carlson, Lucia Valente, Debbie Leonard. Missing: Kurt Mueller, Paul Radochia. 




First Row: Tom Pelletier, Mark Waruszyla, Tim Gould, Bob MacKinnon, Tom Marden. Second Row: Steve Brown, Derrick Guzelf, 
Mark Pavelcak, Bill Noelke, John Boudreau, Jay Spence, Mr. Milley, advisor. 



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First Row: Patty Applebee, Diane Salera, Jayne Jackson, Ms. Campbell, advisor, Second Row: Kim Field, Mark Materese, Gale Smith, 
Nancy Bangs. 




First Row: Mrs. Doggett, adviser, Leslie York, Debbie Kelley, Julie Briggs, Kathy Burke, Mrs. Boudreau, advisor. Second Row: Mary 
Osgood, Diane Sugrue, Michele Trigilio, Karen Novello, Paula Peters, Debbie Mills. Third Row: Sue Smith, Terry Hartka, Brenda 
Greening, Jane White, Leslie Freeman. Missing: Paula Boutwell. 



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Debbie Milano, Mark Coursey, Kathy Burke, Steve Grant, editor. 




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First Row: Pam Strand, Gail Smith, Sharon Clark. Second Row: Mrs. Gagnon, advisor; Janet Carozza, Brenda Burns, Mark Matarese. 
Missing: Madelyn Campbell, Denise Vassallo, Marga Wolff, Tommy Stewart, Larry O'Brien, Tommy Michaud, Cindy Clark, Lusann 
Nicholas, Jayne Jackson. 



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First Row: Tom Pelletier, Tim Gould, Bill Noelcke, Mark Pavelcak. Second Row: Mr. Atkinson, advisor; Derrick Guzelf, Tom Marden, 
John Boudreau. 




Front Row. Miss Tucker, Robin Patterson, Diane Duffy, Paige DeCosta, Elaine George, Karen Bourassa, Kim Field, Kim Lynch. Second 
Row: Miss Jackson, director; Gerry Blum, Beth Baldwin, Kelley Shinners, Michael Castellano, Sharon Landry, Donna Patterson, Les 
Dangerfield, Nancy Marden, Karen Fielding. Third Row: Holly Garrett, Elaine Peters, Jodie Allison, Beth Spear, Sue Bognore, Patti 
Richards. Fourth Row: Mr. Rhodes, Mellissa Ward, Paul McDonough, Donald Sunnerburg, Rosanne Dombrowski, Joan Ratto, 
Maureen Matarese, Debbie Day, Barbara Vayo, Diane Salera, Donna Arsenault, Susan O'Leary. Missing: Marcia Jackson. 



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First Row: Steven Enos, Phil Enos, Mike Castellano, Mr. Rhodes, advisor. Second Row: Melissa Ward, Robin Patterson, Holly Garrett, 
Karen Fielding, Mike Thibault, Jerry Blum, Paul McDonough, Donna Arsenault, Jodie Allison, Sue Bognore. 




First Row: Gerry Blum, Linda Higley, Laurie Hastings, Phil Enos, Carl Babtiste, Beth Emond. Second Row: Miss Mette, Director, Mike 
Thibault, Cindy Marden, Bill Lang, Sal Carbone, Paul McDonough, Joe Emond, Lisa Cook. Third Row: Wayne Pilla, Peter Surrette, 
Gary Stamian, Steve Enos, Rico Enos, Tom Bachman. 



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First Row: Sally Irwin, Diane Pumfrey, Linda Pintrich, capt; Barbara Moulton, Jane Conlin. Second Row: Coach Jan Cassidy, Gale Smith, Tish 
Hadfield, Sheila Burns, Anne Cagnon, Ellen O'Rourke, Beth Harrison, Kerin Pilcher, Laura Miller, Coach Jan Garipay . 

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Second Row: Leanne 
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LEADERS 






First Row: Kathy Lowry, 
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First Row: John McNaughton, Mickey Grant, Alex Miele, Brian Callahan, Lenny Daley, Tony Gravelese, co-capt.; Barry Foster, co-capt.; Billy 
Lamkin, Mike Callahan, Gary Gable , Dana Spring, Keith Roueche. Second Row: Jamie Burke, Gary Balestrieri, Kevin Callahan, Greg Hancox, 
Joe Emond, Randy Foster, Tim Sugrue, Tom Walsh, Chris Burke, Chris DeLuca, Steve Theriault, Kenny Aslerud, Joe Tannian, Beth LeFavour, 
Gus Smith. Third Row: Coach Frank Kelley, Jayne Jackson, Mark Warren, Dan Deshenes, Arnie Jackson, Myron Mclnnis, Barry Phillips, Bill 
Cunningham, Chris Tannian, Mark Peabody. Dave Jamogocian, Mark Harvey, Linda Boudreau, Liz Hardy, Eileen Gidfrey, Lori Roueche, Coach 
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BOYS BASKETBALL 




First Row: Scott Gordon, Mark Winchell, Capt. Jim Stewart, Marty Tildsley, John McNaughton. Second Row: Mark Coursey, manager; Steven 
Woods, Randy Foster, Tom Stewart, Dave McMillan, Jim Doyle, Ray Vengren, Mr. Bob Milley, coach. 



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Barbara Moulton, 
Jenny DeWilde. 
Second Row: 
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coach; Mary Ann 
Sullivan, Carol 
Filio, Shelia Burns, 
Tish Hadfield, 
Carol Lombard, 
Rosie Wallent, 
Kathy Barry, Laura 
Miller, Susan 
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Grant, Dave Nally, Scott Day, Kenny Warren, Gary Gable. Second Row: Joe Tannian, Greg Hancox, Doug Coursey, Dana Spring, Joe Emond, 
Ken Liston, Bill Lamkin, Mark Rodan, Jim Bibeau, Tony Gravelese, Paul Morasco, Aldo Caira, Alan Cabral, James Jones, Kevin Cogan, Roger 
Coville. Third Row: Coach Bob Cripps, John Boudreau, Peter Capone, Ken Aalerud, Dave Meegan, Chris Tannian, Aaron Brown, Steve 
Napolitano, Bob Sfferaza, Steve LeFavour, Peter Brown, Len Daley, Dave Jamogocian, Mark Harvey, Chris Burke, Kevin Burke, John Musto, 
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George Ravagni. Second Row: Manager Scott O'Connell, Mike Gracia, Russ Myers, Tom Gracia, Bob Kohler, John Fairweather, 
Ed Leary, Ron Plummer, Todd Richards, Mike Carlin, Paul McMahon, Coach Alan Fessenden. Missing: Tom Bavota, Assistant 
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CLASS ADVISOR 



When we entered W.H.S. in 1972, 
we started off lost, immature, and 
unknowing as to what to do. With 
the help of Mr. Francis Kelley, we 
became a class that worked together 
to carry out the things that were ex- 
pected of us. As our advisor, Mr. 
Kelley was patient, generous and 
most of all, devoted. Having been so 
fortunate to have Mr. Kelley as our 
advisor, we would like to thank him 
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Clockwise: Most Athletic: Lynda Pintrich, Dan 
Burns. Class Sweethearts: Karen McVicker, 
Barry Foster. Nicest Smile: Chris DeLuca, 
Janet Burke. Most Gullible: Diane Cook, Russ 
Myers, Deb Cook. Class Shrimp and Giant: 
Mike Tyner, Diane Silverman. Best Hair: 
Cathy Towle, Ed Leary. Best Personality: Gary 
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Roberts, Kenny Liston. Funniest: Dan 
Lowry, Ellen O'Rourke. Most Respected: 
Bob Aprile, Maureen Howlett. Class 
Loudmouths: Marty Tildsley, Mary Ann 
Sullivan. Most Attractive: Cindi Aruda, 
John McNaughton. Most Artistic: Keith 
Roueche, Cathy Bristol. 








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Sr. Play; Yearbook; Std. Gov't. MEMORIES: 
Group sophomore year, MB, AB, CG, TC, 
dissecting frogs, Nancy's pool party 75. TO 
FORGET: Being Freshmen, braces, geome- 
try, taking SAT's in April. CHALLENGE: To 
be successful in whatever I attempt, help 
people to help themselves. FAVORITE 
SAYING: That's unreal! Fantastic! FUTURE 
PLANS: To go into medical field, nursing or 
respiratory therapy. Travel. 



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Football 1,2,3,4; JV Show; Pat's Drive; Sr. 
Play; Std. Gov/t Day 3,4. MEMORIES: Foot- 
ball, skiing, Colorado, Saturday nights, JV 
Show, day after Prom, GA witn LA, going 
to the BS, HS with TR, DL, SG, DC. TO 
FORGET: At Camp Wakuta, losing memory 
at practice, 60 yd. skid. FUTURE PLANS: 
Getting on the Wilmington Fire Dept. Go- 
ing to Colorado and ski. 



MICHAEL ANDRES 
Football 1,2,3; Wrestling 2,3,4; Spr. Track 
2,3,4. MEMORIES: Mr. Keadys World His- 
tory class, Friday night roller skating, Mc- 
Donald Rd., West Side. TO FORGET: CBR, 
Mr. Grecoe's Grammar & Usage class, Mrs. 
Butler's bio. class, Camp WaKuta. CHAL- 
LENGE: Going to and paying for college. 
FUTURE PLANS: College. 





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ROBERT APRILE 
Ftbl 2,3, capt. 4; basbl 1,2,3,4; baskbl 
1,2,3,4. MEMORIES: Leslee, Dec. 73, Lee's Jr 
& Sr Prom, WIS, BB & C. Baker's Gang, MT, 
JH, Gary, Kringle, DR, GF, woo-woo, Sat. 
after games, Frosties, buzzed, sunshine, 
friends, TH TOE. TO FORGET: "A", that 
weekend, LT, moods, camp, practice, in- 
juries, whirlpool, extra pts, braces, calcu- 
lus, Andover, no bum, shoulder, Chelm. 
FAVORITE SAYING: Get on it. 




CINDY ARUDA 
BB Cheer 1, co-capt. 2; FB Cheer 3,4; Prom 
Com, 3,4; JV Show. MEMORIES: Mrs. Har- 
vey, proms, Mike, FT, games, LL, PJ party, 
JV Show, CB party, summer vacations, KB, 
parties, FRIENDS, Mrs. Malay, Cathy, Miss 
McCarthy, beach days, roller skating, Jr. 
banquet. TO FORGET: Stolen wallet, Mon. 
mornings, line-ups, tryouts, corridors, 
mono. FAVORITE SAYING: Honest ? Defi- 
nitely. FUTURE PLANS: Be happily married 
some day. 



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JAMES ASHLEY 



REGGIE BABINEAU 
MEMORIES: Our class advisor Mr. Kelley, 
the BEST track coach, Mr. DeCeorge and 
metal shop, gym teachers Mr. Harrison & 
Mr. Alyward, Thanksgiving games against 
Tewksbury, Mike Kelley a kid with a silver 
tongue. TO FORGET: Mr. McMahon & Mr. 
Garrett, all the detention 1 got, taking his- 
tory twice, 3 English classes last year. 
CHALLENGE: Passing senior year. FUTURE 
PLANS: Get into construction for a living. 




BETH ANN BALDWIN 
Concert Choir 2,3,4; Senior Class Play. 
MEMORIES: Morning meeting place with 
KB, MB, TC, CG, all my friends, youth 
group, retreats. TO FORGET: Gen. Math I, 
freshman year. CHALLENGE: To work with 
the deaf. FAVORITE SAYING: In everything 
give thanks for this is the will of God. FU- 
TURE PLANS: Go to college and work with 
children. 




ELAINE BALDWIN 
Patrons Dr. 3,4; JV Show; St. Gov. Day 3,4; 
Sen. Play. MEMORIES: EB, DM, CJ, LD, WP, 
8/10/74, Fosters Pond, 10/19/73, Bensons 
& the jaguar, 6/75, Pr,. 10/31/73, partying, 
CP, the porch, all niter, 7/6/75, 7/7/75, 
pig, the guy in my trunk. TO FORGET: A 
certain tree in cemetery, beach party, 
Methuen gang, WALK, hassles, week-end 
10/74. CHALLENGE: To live a long & happy 
life. FAVORITE SAYING: Really, no really. 
FUTURE PLANS: Physical Therapy. 




REBECCA F. BALDWIN 
Drama Club 1; Science Club 1,2; French 
Nat. Honor Soc. 2,3; Sr. Class Play; Con. 
Chr. 2. MEMORIES: Retreats, trip to Gor- 
don college, magic shows, trip to beach, 
CA's, trip to Africa, friends. TO FORGET: 
Nymph dance, ditch digger, geometry, 
Mrs. Lockwood's class. CHALLENGE: To be 
in the will of God. FAVORITE SAYING: The 
things which are impossible with men are 
possible with God. FUTURE PLANS: Col- 
lege, missionary work. 




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SYLVIA BARBAS 
Art Club 7; Macrame 1; Math League 1. 
MEMORIES: My friends and all the good 
times we had together, The good teachers 
I had who taught well, Best Seller because 
it had interesting books that 1 enjoyed 
reading. TO EORGET: The formal proofs in 
geometry. CHALLENGE: To be successful in 
Fife. FUTURE PLANS: College. 




SHIRLEY BATCHELLOR 



DENISE BARRY 
Concert Choir 1; Workstudy 4. MEMORIES: 
Frankie Valli Concert, friends at the high 
school, my engagement to Bob this year. 
TO FORGET: Mr. Kelley's Algebra Class, 
Mr. Grecoe's English class, Wilmington 
High school. CHALLENGE: To be a dieti- 
cian. FAVORITE SAYING: Oh my Cod, I love 
Bob. FUTURE PLANS: Get married. 



PEGGY BARRY 
Bskbl Cheer. 2; Ftbl Cheer. 3; JV Show; Pat. 
Dr. 3,4. MEMORIES: Chris 3/15/75, 10, 
summer 74, Maine, Spider Island, Big M & 
little white rears, HPw/CT, MS, JR, Beach 
Boys, rink, friends, parties, proms, getting 
stuck, the place, Dr-in w/LL, DG, soccer 
gms, twn pk. TO FORGET: Labor day 74, MS 
party, getting lost at VW, Type II, certain 
dance. FAVORITE SAYING: I'll get over it. 
FUTURE PLANS: College 





SANDRA BATOR 
Sandy 
Science Club 1. MEMORIES: Fooling 
around in the halls with my friends, Uncle 
Jim & John, having fun with DD, Bev, Al, 
Donna M, and all my friends. TO FORGET: 
The school lunches. FAVORITE SAYING: 
You're kidding, you're goin to get it. FU- 
TURE PLANS: Nursing, live in the country 
and own some horses. 




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DAVID BEAULIEU 
Dave 
Shawsheen Tech Supplementary 1,2,3,4. 
MEMORIES: My 66 Mustang. TO FORGET: 
My accident with the 66 Mustang, skukas. 
FAVORITE SAYING: You spic. FUTURE 
PLANS: Go to college. 



PAULINE BENDER 
Polly 
Workstudy 4. MEMORIES: CANC, CP PP 
GF, RK, VQ, cherry pies, CC's trip to 
Wakefield, Shiloh, Whi, champ, summer 
73. TO FORGET: Mrs Giordano, H.E. II, Gen. 
Math, summer school. CHALLENGE: To get 
to first period on time. FAVORITE SAYING: 
I know it. FUTURE PLANS: Become a hair- 
dresser and work with horses. 



ELIZABETH A. BENSON 
Beth 
Softball 1,3,4; Field Hockey 2; Travel Club 
4; Prom Comm. 3,4; Yearbook 4; J.V. Show; 
Sr. Play; Span. Hon. Sot. 3,4; MEMORIES: 
Parties, D. C. trip, G-H, 7/15/75, 
2/14/75, Bio., Alg., good times shared with 
SF, DO, DB, MG, TH, SS, DR, CL, HG, LB, 
MM, JM, AV, DC. TO FORGET: Jr. Prom, 
Dadoly's Chem Class, lunches, Eng. class, 
being bored. FUTL'RE PLANS: BS in Nurs- 
ing, BA in Spanish, live in Aust. 









SUSAN BENT 
Sue 
Concert Choir 2,3. MEMORIES: All my 
friends, my teachers, and all the good 
times I've had, saving J.V. cookies from 
varsity in field hockey. TO FORGET: All my 
bad marks. CHALLENGE: To be a good 
teacher. FUTURE PLANS: Be a kindergarden 
or nursery school teacher. 



MAUREEN M. BOCCUZZI 
MEMORIES: Stoneham, Winter of 74, Tues. 
night at the movies, all my friends, eyes at 
Brighams, Boston, New York, Lowell, Con- 
cert 75, JN, GA, Billerica, Dunkin Donuts. 
TO FORGET: Type II, Freshman Yr. CHAL- 
LENGE: To go and complete Art school. 
FAVORITE SAYING: Dream On. FUTURE 
PLANS: To become a Commercial Artist or 
a seasoned photographer. 



ELLEN BOISVERT 
MEMORIES: Skipping, AR & KB, Balz, my 
sister, 12/10/74, 4-19 to 5/3/75, Methuen, 
the jaguar, 7/14/75, 7/29/75, Harold Park- 
er 8/9, 10/75, Maine, PIG, Demoulas, 
9/21/75, the town road, the parking lot, 
getting lost, long talks with Deb, the gang, 
BK, JG. TO FORGET: 12/30/73, 10/19/75, 
getting caught, razors, pushing my luck, 
BB, one-nighters, $25, one July night. 
CHALLENGE: To graduate. 



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JOHN T. BOUDREAU 
Boots 
Cross Country 1,2,3; Winter Track 2,4; 
Spring Track 1,2,3,4. MEMORIES: Florida, 
Cold War, Junior skip day, Nancy. TO FOR- 
GET: Mar's, Capital, Back door of wagon, 
parent's walking in on party, being strand- 
ed in Tempest. CHALLENGE: To get black 
belt and to be successful. FUTURE PLANS: 
College then military. 




KAREN MARIE BOURASSA 
Travel Club 1; Drama Club 3,4; Sr. Play; 
Con. Choir 2,3,4. MEMORIES: Tony, soph, 
yr., Italy, Miss Soolu, 1/26/74, 2/2/74, 
2/10/74, 3/10/74, Frankie Valli Concert, 
Bedford VA Hospital, Diane, Denise, 
10/15/72, Cambridge field trip, 16 party, 
Sen. Banq., 6/3/74, Jun. Banq. TO FORGET: 
Susan Leavitt, Demoulas, Jr. yr., 9/20/74, 
11/23/74, 11/25/74. CHALLENGE: Doreen 
to go to Math. FAVORITE SAYING: I 
thought of it, it was my idea. FUTURE 
PLANS: College. 






PAULA BOUTWELL 
Track 1; OEA 4. MEMORIES: Summer of 75, 
Mic/Cr. Apple, Mrs. Bas. Class, Mrs. Har- 
vey's Steno Class, Dr. Callahan, talking dur- 
ing silent med. MT/DH/MM/JS. DR — 
No. 1. TO FORGET: Gym, George O. 
lunches, bees/207, homeroom. CHAL- 
LENGE: To stay out after midnight hassle- 
free. FUTURE PLANS: Go to school/be a 
secretary. 



DOREEN M. BOWMAN 
NHS 4, Yrbk 4, Keywanettes 3,4. MEMO- 
RIES: Florida, Canada, 19 in. snow, popsi- 
cles, 11/17/72, Everett, friends, Mrs. A's 
decisions, Mrs. Bas. TO FORGET: Unhappy 
times. CHALLENGE: To achieve and accom- 
plish to the highest of my ability. FUTURE 
PLANS: Degree in X-Ray Technology, mar- 
riage, children, enjoy what life has to offer. 



LORIE BOWSER 
Harry 
MEMORIES: Danny 6/17/74, friend's, SR, 
BT, JS, JP, RS, G-H with SR, DS, DR, MG, 
PM, DO, MO, 74-75 Midget A Hockey 
games, good times, Salisbury, Canobie 
Lake 6/15/74, football games — JV, com- 
mon, Keeping Danny Sober at CS's Party. 
TO FORGET: 5/1/75, RS, starting cars. 
CHALLENGE: To graduate. FAVORIVE SAY- 
ING: What's it to ya. FUTURE PLANS: To be 
a Bartender. 



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DAWN BRADFORD 
Shortie 
Field Hockey 2; OEA 3; Science Club 
3,4; Yearbook, JV Show. MEMORIES: 
JV Show, Eric, the rink, friends, coasting, 
PW, CL, CV, JM, DK, MS, Mrs. B., Spring- 
field, good times, summer of 75. TO FOR- 
GET: 1/18/75, Type II class, 10/6/75, BG, 
tests. FAVORITE SAYING: What? FUTURE 
PLANS: Go to Nursing school, travel, get 
married. 



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PAUL R. BRADLEY 
Cross Country 1,2,3. MEMORIES: 7th peri- 
od study and Friday nights. TO FORGET: 
Chemistry, Algebra, Spanish etc. CHAL- 
LENGE: To get through school and find a 
decent job. FUTURE PLANS: College, ser- 
vice, or work. 



KATHLEEN BRADY 
Kathy 
MEMORIES: Skipping gym with CG in the 
girlsroom, CG, permit, Baly & Piglet, Get- 
ting the Lowdown on Downtown Bean- 
town with DB, the All-nighter, Isn't that 
ducky, the fall of 73 when I met Eddie. TO 
FORGET: 3rd lunch, gym, TN, It's a piece 
of cake. WILMINGTON HIGH SCHOOL. 
FUTURE PLANS: Get married, settle down & 
be happy with Eddie. 




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MICHAEL BRAZELL 
Cood Man 
MEMORIES: GW, The school, The cellar 
The wall, Andersons, The new place, The 
hole Pilla, Palms, Jugga, Kritters, Joe Thom- 
as. TO FORGET: The hike to Vermont. FU- 
TURE PLANS: To go to trade school and 
take up cabinet building. 



DEBBIE BRENNAN 
Bennie 
Field Hky 1; Softball 1. MEMORIES: GE, DY, 
DC, DY, DC, BH, BH, NF, DB, SS, DB, DD, 
1/1/74, 12/14/75, NH, P's at C's, BC, TD, 
6/2/75. TO FORGET: H.R., Mr. F, Clerical, 
backstabbers, The Innocent Liar, BC 
1/1/74. CHALLENGE: To get what & who I 
want and accomplish all that is expected of 
me in life. FAVORITE SAYING: So what! FU- 
TURE PLANS: To attend school and become 
a dental hygenist, marry and settle down 
with the right guy. 



IULIE BRIGGS 
OEA 4 V. Pres.; Ftbl. Chldng. 3,4; Bsktbl. 
Chldng. 1; Peer Counseling 3. MEMORIES: 
Bets, Barb, Deb, CC, MS, KD, Jack, Jr. 
Prom, push the car, April, the morgue, 
fence, GK, Hanscom, rink, 11/73, Seacrest 
Weekend, wall, magic drive way, cheering, 
HS parking lot. TO FORGET: 3/29/75, 
9/7/73, those back stabbers, C. Boys, 
tryouts. CHALLENGE: Never break anything 
skiing. FAVORITE SAYING: No Sir. FUTURE 
PLANS: Become a secretary, live in the 
country. 




CATHY BRISTOL 
National Honor Society 3,4; Spanish Honor 
Society 3; Field Hockey 1,2; Basketball 1; 
Ice Hockey 2,3,4; Winter Track Statistician 
2; Student Council 2,3,4 — Treas. 3 Sec. 4; 
JV Show 3. MEMORIES: Buddy, LMC & Rm 
118, W.W. II with CS, Mick & Ba, CA, NS, 
DP and the hockey teams, goaltending, PS, 
Dr. C, Friends. TO FORGET: Loused up 
schedules/ Home room, Library Ladies. 
CHAI1INGE: Driving FAVORITE SAYING: 
"Whoa!" FUTURE PLANS: Work and Mar- 
riage 




)UUE BROOKS 
Peer Group 3; Student Council 3,4; Prom 
Com. 3; Student Government 3,4; Patron's 
Drive 4. MEMORIES: The Great Escapes, 
sign collecting, friends, forty-two, climb- 
ing trees, soccer field, skiing, Swain, 40 
Acres, S. Yarmouth, Moby Dick, fabricator, 
junior year, family, Europe, sure. TO FOR- 
GET: Wildwood St., a day at the Swain, BT's 
car, getting caught, flat tire. CHALLENGE: 
Tennis. FUTURE PLANS: College. 




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AARON T. BROWN 
Brownie 
Football 1,3,4; Spring Track 3,4; Winter 
Track 4. MEMORIES: Spring Track; CP, AD. 
TO FORGET: Camp Wakuta, Andover 
game. CHALLENGE: Work hard and be- 
come successful. FAVORITE SAYING: Do 
you want a slap? 



BARBETTE BROWN 
MEMORIES: All the gang, AD, CP, MD, 
MM, MC, AE, GF, JS, LC, CB. TO FORGET: 
School lunches, getting called to the of- 
fice, too many guidance appointments, 
History class. FAVORITE SAYING: I don't 
know. FUTURE PLANS: Traveling. 



PETER BROWN 
Brownie 
Football 1,3,4; Spr. Track 1,2,3,4; W. Track 
4. MEMORIES: Anna D, The night of the 
Prom, all the Football players and the 
Games. TO FORGET: Camp Wakuta. CHAL- 
LENGE. To do my best at what ever I do. 
FUTURE PLANS: To become a carpenter. 















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LAURA BRUCE 
Lori 
W.S. 3; Pat. Dr. 4. MEMORIES: CD, CR, 3 
musketeers, Algebra II, Wakeda, Mangus, 
partying, AR's swinger, "jungle" with AK, 
good times w/CT, ML, SM, GS, partying, 
Friends, California with my family. TO FOR- 
GET: "Monkey", Nally, "3 uglies", Analysis. 
CHALLENGE: To be a better person. FU- 
TURE PLANS: college, travel, teach. 



JAMES BURKE 
Burkie 
Cross Country 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1; Winter 
Track 4; Spring Track 4. TO FORGET: Span- 
ish, CBR, Track practice. FUTURE PLANS: 
College. 



JANET BURKE 
Exec. Board 3,4; Prom Com. 3,4; Patron's 
Drive 4 Chm; Sr. Class Play; JV Show. 
MEMORIES: Moe, Jimmy, family, Kenny, 
9/28/73, PB, MH, PM, 2DC, FC, BP, 
wkends at lake, Arcadia Wash, 10/31/74, 
straws, Prom 74, Emerson's, vie dance, 
camp Dad's Dream, Sum 74 & 75, tripling, 
66, JVw/DC & SD. VW, BS, partying, town 
pk. TO FORGET: 12/26, Oct. 74, BB's con- 
cert. FUTURE PLANS: Nursing School. 



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KATHLEEN M. BURKE 
Kathy 
Concert Choir 2,3,4; Patron's Drive 3,4; ]V 
Show; Track 1,2; Basketball mgr. 2,3; OEA 4 
Treasurer; Senior Class Play. MEMORIES: 
Meeting in halls with TC, BB, MB, KS, JV 
Show, Study with TC, Lunch with the gang, 
all my friends, my family, football games. 
TO FORGET: Homeroom, Mr. D's jokes, )V 
Show rehearsals. FUTURE PLANS: College 
(Dental Assistant). 



LAWRENCE BURKE 
Larry 
Bsktbl. 1; Band 1,2,3,4; Tennis 1,2,3,4; 
Prom Com. CoChm 3,4; Std. Govt. 3,4 
Chm. PI. Bd. 3; Sr. Class Play; Patron's Dr. 
3,4; Peer Counciling 3; Jazz Band 2,3,4. 
MEMORIES: Nancy, Patron's Dr., 9/7/75, 
Bugs, L&D, TWWW, TR, DC, SG, BA, Jack- 
ie, Cip. TO FORGET: SAT. Rehearsals, 
Stubby's Kicks, BM, 8/21/74. CHALLENGE: 
To get my Masters in Education or Psy- 
chology. FUTURE PLANS: To make millions. 



DANIEL BURNS 
Burnsy 
Soccer 1,2,3 capt. 4; Hockey 1,2,3 capt. 4. 
MEMORIES: Day after Prom, Snapper, 
Fidge, Roundsy, FROSTIES, All nighter/DL, 
CR, SG, Whitey, SQUEEGEES, Sams, FP, 
Butch & Sunnyhurst, BYOB, Salisbury 
State, Gordies 1/1/76. TO FORGET: Morn, 
after all nighter, Jr. Prom. CHALLENGE: Go 
over the falls in a can of beer. FUTURE 
PLANS: Making it over the falls. 




ALDO A. CAIRA JR. 
Tiger 
Baseball 1,2,3,4; Winter Track 3,4; Wres- 
tling 2; Student Gov't Day 3,4; Band 1.2. 
MEMORIES: Mamma Leones, Chem 1 w/JP 
& CK, WT 74-75 W49 A37, 27 & 19, sum- 
mer of 75, Al MaGoons, 75 S, Planning 
Board. TO FORGET: Frosh Football, Shemp, 
Fratellanza & Granit, 10/22/75 & JM, Wld 
Cult. CHALLENGE: To climb the ropes, To 
hit a homerun. FAVORITE SAYING: Take a 
hike. FUTURE PLANS: College, Vet School 




BRIAN CALLAHAN 
Cal 
C.C. 1,2,3,4; Hockey 1,2; Spring Track 
1,2,3; Winter Track 4. MEMORIES: Track 
Camp 2,3,4, Red Jacket, Tony trying to 
swim. TO FORGET: Dave's Mustang, bogus, 
summer of 75, Mrs. Soodla, Shukas, Mr. 
Kelley's Analysis class. FAVORITE SAYING: 
Get on it. FUTURE PLANS: Go to college. 




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PETER CANTRELL 
Pete, Pedro 
MEMORIES: Robin J., Rockport, thumbing 
from Andover, skipping school, good 
times on High St., throwing snowballs on 
93, cruising, Summer 73, 74, 75, partying, 
pizza boarding, climbing water tower, 
M80 in office. TO FORGET: Rattlesnake 
Rd., streaking incident, GARRETT, being 
kicked out. CHALLENGE: Continue being 
successful, popular & wealthy. FAVORITE 
SAYING: Dig-it. FUTURE PLANS: Go into 
the service. 



PETER CAPONE 
Cross Country 3,4; Winter Track 1-4; 
Spring Track 1-4. MEMORIES: W-74 A-71, 
W-49 A-37, scrubbing out in cross country 
with M.C. & A.M. King Zookie, M.K., 
M.C., Chem I. TO FORGET: A-73, W-72, 
spraining my ankle doing the long jump, 
The book, Ind. Reading M.A.&All Haver- 
hill windstorm D.M. CHALLENGE: To score 
well on the military test. FAVORITE SAY- 
ING: Tell me about it. FUTURE PLANS: To 
go into the service, probably the Army. 



MICHAEL CARIGLIO 
Boone 
Football 1,2,3, Baseball 1,2,4. 
MEMORIES: Weekends, Baldwin, town 
park, camp 3, Bubbles, Chico & his boys, 
Scott, Farkle, 76 friends, 75 down back, 
canoeing at Fosters, coolers, Winny, Grad 
75, 2/16/75, BYOB. TO FORGET: rainy 
weekends, Camp, whistle, homework, 
waking, who the hell's that 61? CHAL- 
LENGE: To be able to park the truck 
straight. FUTURE PLANS: Be a janitor like 
my father. 






DEBRA CARROLL 
Debbie 
Work Study 4; Home Nursing Club 1; Sci- 
ence Club 3; CHALLENGE: To get a better 
position at Compugraphics. FAVORITE 
SAYING: Wait a minute, will you. FUTURE 
PLANS: To go to School for Accounting, 
and to work in Comugraphic in the Ac- 
counting Office. 



CAROLE CENTRELLA 
Work Study 4. MEMORIES: 5/3/75, J.H., 
Kon Tiki, L&C Expedition, J.T., 1/11/75, 
P.B., K.K., "Dewey", Shaunessy, sprained 
ankle, D.P., flicks, "sympathy for the dev- 
il", Dik, "BOO". TO FORGET: A certain TR, 
the lobby, R.Y.&D.P. together, the twins, 
B.D. CHALLENGE: To make it all through 
life. FAVORITE SAYING:"Domta favor. . .». 
FUTURE PLANS Moving on to bigger and 
better things. 



PAMELA CHASE 
Pam 
MEMORIES: April 18, 7:00 pm Aerosmith 
concert, April 19, 1975 2:00 am bike ride to 
Concord (rain), 200 pts., Mrs. B's class dress 
up minuteman, 64 Falcon — 71 engine, 
Sweetheart's, Casey. TO FORGET: Typing 
and shorthand, Watergate, lunches. CHAL- 
LENGE: To earn enough money to buy a 
horse. FAVORITE SAYING: Gross. FUTURE 
PLANS: Horse trainer or secretary. 



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SUSAN CHILDS 
Sue 
Spanish Honor Society 2; OEA 2; Concert 
Choir 2,3; JV Show; Color Guard 3,4; 
Keywanettes 3,4; Yearbook. MEMORIES: 
Friends, "the lockers", Willi, popsicles, 
skating, birthday parties, BF, 4/18- 19/75. 
CHALLENGE: To live each and every day to 
it's fullest. FAVORITE SAYING: You can't 
win 'em all ... but you can try! FUTURE 
PLANS: Go to college, become a social 
worker, marry, live happily forever. 



DAVID W. CHURCHILL 
Football 1,2,3; Winter Track 1,2. MEMO- 
RIES: Susan, Jr. Prom, Salibury, parties, 
Cape, 125 Maine, Summer of 74, L.N. TO 
FORGET: Football camp, morning practice. 
CHALLENGE: To do well in whatever I do. 
FUTURE PLANS: Go to college. 



CECE COATES 
MEMORIES: Skipping class and school, last 
day of school, MS, LK, Joan's, JE, career 
girl, the common. TO FORGET: Sophomore 
year, mental parties, studs and clicks. 
CHALLENGE: To be an undertaker or sur- 
gical doctor. FAVORITE SAYING: Bug off. 
FUTURE PLANS: To get married and to live 
in N.H. 





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JANE CONLIN 
FH 2,3,4; JV Show; Patron's Drive; BB 1,2. 
MEMORIES: Bob, MVC Champs, UFO, 
friends, GH, all niter, 6/7/75 my house, 
partying, streaking with BH and SL, sum- 
mer 74 & 75, Salisbury, NH Runs, New 
Year's Eve 75, 3 in a row, Swamp party. TO 
FORGET: Sgt. K, the bed, Ask Beth talks, 
10/12/75, BH and SI, Do you like me? FA- 
VORITE SAYING: C'mon, All right! FUTURE 
PLANS: I'll take it as it comes. 



CAROL COOK 
MEMORIES: Art, CB, NS, Miss Cannon, 
Miss Camble, Mr. Brake & Mr. Maggio, 
Hope everyone has a good life. 




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DEBORAH COOK 
Deb, Cookie 
BB 1,2 Vi; Track 3; Pr. Comm. 3,4; Exec. 
Bd. 4. MEMORIES: Doug, Patti, Diane, fam- 
ily, JB, friends, Soph, yr., Bio. I, fever, Con- 
go, dances, FB/BB games, Wash. DC, ski 
trips, JV Show, partying, Mac's, Emerson's, 
proms, Jr. Banq., Feb. vac. 75, beach days, 
Maine, biking, other good times. TO FOR- 
GET: Perm, F. Chase, dandy. FUTURE 
PLANS: Nursing. 



DIANE COOK 
BB 1,2%; Prom. Comm. 3,4; Ex. Brd 3,4; 
Track 3. MEMORIES: Family, Deb, Patti, 
friends, JV Show with JB, SD, Dances, 
FB/BB games, soph, yr., Maine, Bio 1, tri- 
pling, Congo, partying, beach days, Wash. 
DC, jr. Prom with Pete, Emerson's, Loon 
75, ski trips, Town Pk., CC/W/R, Mac's. TO 
FORGET: Boone's 75, F Chase, boring out, 
Perm, Dandy. FAVORITE SAYING: Hi Kids. 
FUTURE PLANS: Nursing. 



SUSAN COPP 
Coppa 
Pr. Comm., JV Show, Patrons Drive. 
MEMORIES: Canada, good times with JA, 
Carmen Always, 10/9/75, 10/11/75, BTO, 
Beachboys, Stampeders, dances, parties, 
Congo, EO, PH, Dl, family, Dru, April 
Wine, gang, the Stang, BS and VW. TO 
FORGET: Fights, JL, MS, Barrons, F. Chase, 
army, gym, Of. Mach., Steno I, 10/14/75, 
Zayres. CHALLENGE: To live the way I want. 
FAVORITE SAYING: Hi! FUTURE PLANS: Stay 
happy. 




AARON CORSETTI 
MEMORIES: My memories aren't worth re- 
membering from this place, 2/16/75. TO 
FORGET: Being bounced in 9th grade, giv- 
en zeros I didn't deserve, the stupid paint- 
ing on the cafe wall, "JV Show". CHAL- 
LENGE: Be rich, not get caught doing any- 
thing, and definately be able to retire by 
the time I'm 35. FUTURE PLANS: To fool 
around, stay healthy, make money, and 
start my own den of iniquity. 




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Betsy 
Basketball Cheerleading 3 captain. MEMO- 
RIES: Julie, Jack, Jr. Prom Night, fence, Glen 
Road, Hanscom, rink, Seacrest Weekend, 
cheering, Barb. TO FORGET: May 20, 1975. 
CHALLENGE: going to all classes. FAVORITE 
SAYING: Oh Baby. FUTURE PLANS: Become 
a secretary. 




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JEFF COTE 
Coty 
Soccer 3,4; Var. CI. 3,4; Booster Dr. 3,4; 
MEMORIES: Soccer, Harold Parker, Glou- 
cester, 12 yrs. of school, PM, Var. Barm., 
brother's wedding, 1st. period stud. Sopn. 
yr., license, Gr. Arts. TO FORGET: Jr. & Sr. 
HR/Mrs. Doggett, school lunches, rules in 
Sr. yr., accident on Glen Rd., almost stay- 
ing back in the 8th gr., 6:30 for school. 
CHALLENGE: Go out and get a job. FUTURE 
PLANS: Work, school. 



MARK COURSEY 
"Corka" 
Cross Country 1,2,3,4; Basketball Mgr. 
1,2,3,4; V. Club 2,3,4; Student Gov't Day 
3,4 — Bd. of Selectman; Pat. Drive 3,4. 
MEMORIES: Scrubbin with A.M., P.C., Ci- 
vics, Cape, Red Jacket, Mr. Kelley, all my 
friends, Chem., parties with M.Y. TO FOR- 
GET: Jr. + Sr. Year, Homeroom, Bio I, Mr. 
Grecoe's Soph. Eng. class, CBR, Hone's 
French I, lunches, Genod. FUTURE PLANS: 
College and enjoy life. 



THERESE M. CRISPO 
Terry 
MEMORIES: N.Y., Stoneham, Tues. night at 
the movies, Boston, Concert, Eyes at 
Brigham's, all my friends, Dunkin Donuts, 
lights out, Winter 74. TO FORGET: Type 3, 
Freshman Yr. CHALLENGE: To take car to 
school and have all your hubcaps when 
you leave. FAVORITE SAYING: Don't quit. 
FUTURE PLANS: Be a legal secretary, be 
happy, take things as they come. 






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JOHN CROSSON 
Sonny, Pappas 
Baseball 2,3,4. MEMORIES: partying during 
school, weekends, cruising during lunch, 
Gretchen, Jr. & Sr. year. TO FORGET: car 
accident, Jr. yr. marks, French II, Algebra II, 
baseball practice, George & Henry. CHAL- 
LENGE: Find a job, Graduate, make millions 
in baseball. FAVORITE SAYING: Let's pass 
up the play. What are we going to do to- 
night? "party", "ooh baby". FUTURE 
PLANS: Collect unemployment. 



SUSAN CUNNINGHAM 
MEMORIES: Dietetics I and September 
1975. TO FORGET: Certain teachers. CHAL- 
LENGE: History. FUTURE PLANS: Getting 
married in the summer of 76 to J.V. 



LAWRENCE H. CUSHING III 
Porky 
Work Study 3,4. MEMORIES: Fresh, year, 
partian down, Duffies field, running laps 
for Ed Harrison, listening to Mrs. Doggett 
read the announcements. TO FORGET: HR 
with Mrs. Doggett Jr. & Sr. years both years 
very disgusting. CHALLENGE: Graduate & 
be a success in whatever I happen to 
choose to do. FAVORITE SAYING: Be Seri- 
ous. FUTURE PLANS: Become an electrician 
& welder, be "King of the Carnies". 



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LEONARD DALEY 
Lenny 
Ct. Country 1,3,4; Win. Tr. 1,2,3,4; Varsity 
Club 4; *.A.U.; MEMORIES: Mr. Kelley's 
Track Camp, Red Jacket Hotel, Brockton 
mile, AAU, meet with Mr. Cripps, walking 
to Steve's every morning, 2nd time to 
Maine by 10 sp. TO FORGET: CR. Coun. 4, 
the luncnes at school, and all the butterf- 
lys. FUTURE PLANS: College or the Air 
Force 



SUSAN E. DAY 
St. Coun. 2,3 Pres. MEMORIES: David, Ju- 
nior Prom, Patty, JV Show, skiing, Salsbury, 
Log, WSS & DS, Picnic, Mr. Kelly, Kevin, 
Jimi, Al, RW parties, TD, BP, 16th & 17th 
bthdys., Christmas, 10-11-74, Mrs. B., New 
Yr's snowball fight, Fat chance Nane, Na- 
ples ME. TO FORGET: baby food, falling 
down the cafe stairs first day Fr. yr., head- 
aches from JV Show, 10-4-74, braces, de- 
pression. FUTURE PLANS: College, be hap- 
pily married someday. 



ANNA DEBENEDICTIS 
Banana 
MEMORIES: Pooky P., Peanut Butter, BB, 
Peter, AAron the Baron, Mr. Scanlon's 
Hum. Behav. cl., the tree, riding bikes, 
football games, Sat. nights at BB's, me a 
freshman & my mother a senior at the 
same time. TO FORGET: School lunches, 
flys in the cafe, certain people, and the 
cliques. FAVORITE SAYING: I don't care. 
FUTURE PLANS: To travel with CP, then 
settle down in a log cabin. 





CHRISTOPHER A. DELUCA 
Chris, Duke 
Cr. C. 3,4; Win. Track 3,4; Bsbl. 1,2,3,4; Fr. 
H.S. 2,3,4. MEMORIES: 93 Lex., EB, VW, 
BS, Frank's Camp, red jacket, Crossing 
Channel, BF, Shemp, RS, SW at parties, 
dances, Chem. lab, the pig, Mr. M's toma- 
toes, LH, LB. TO FORGET: Chem. 1 GD, 
Oceanography, Mr. M's sick jokes, Sun. 
morn. BC's bones, my nose, JG, MP, 
stork's shoes. FAVORITE SAYING: What's 
the beef. FUTURE PLANS: Pre-med. 



RICK DELUCA 
Hypo, Mustang 
Rod & Gun 1 yr. MEMORIES: Fire Palace 
Pub, Mr. Shiere's class, Andover vs. Wilm., 
Friday nights, The Great Hiest, Mr. Kelley's 
class, DM & JD, RD & LD, hunting season, 
graduation. TO FORGET: H.R., term tests, 
Mick's accident. CHALLENGE: Snow ski, 
hike, Bank pres., to enjoy life. FUTURE 
PLANS: CPA, Bus. Manag., the better 
things in life. 




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KENNETH R. DEMAGCIO 
Hockey 1; Ski Club 1,2; Prom Comm. 3,4. 
MEMORIES: Diane 10/13/74, HRock 
10/12/75 — KH, HP-Wkd-7/20/75, con- 
certs, RC, LK, parties, JR Prom wkd., Ski 
Trips, RJ, RS, DC, BT, Friends, Walker, Cel- 
lars, DC Speed, RS parts, RJ's car, DC car. 
TO FORGET: 68 JAV, VW, Trip to Andover, 
4-69 Soph. Yr. CHALLENGE: To make hock- 
ey 2. FUTURE PLANS: To enjoy life and get 
married. 



MARK S. DEPASQUALE 
Chops 
JV show; Patrons Drive; Sr. Class Play. 
MEMORIES: Summer 75, SW parties, Town 
Park, junior skip day, Salisbury State, TB 
parties, B.Y.O.B. TO FORGET: soph., junior 
yr., the BEAR. CHALLENGE: two cases in 
one day. FAVORITE SAYING: Deeecent. FU- 
TURE PLANS: work and party. 








DIANN DESCHENES 
Di 
Science Club 2. MEMORIES: To all the peo- 
ple who help me try to understand the 
world, Mr. Woodbury's Algebra class, MS, 
SB, GG. TO FORGET: The great homeroom 
period, Geno's class. FUTURE PLANS: To go 
on to Dental school. 



RONALD DEVEAU 
Varsity Soccer 1,2,3,4; Win. Trk 1; JV Show. 
MEMORIES: Soccer Championships, par- 
ties, LB, HP, JV Show party, night in Glou- 
cester, Mr. Lentine as a person. TO FOR- 
GET: Jr. & Sr. homerm, gym, Youth Center. 
CHALLENGE: To live the way I want. FA- 
VORITE SAYING: Get fried. FUTURE PLANS: 
Play guitar, party, work. 



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CATHERINE DEWILDE 
Cathi 
Spr Track 1,2,3,4; Yrbk 3,4 — Ed-in-chief; 
NHS 3,4 — VP; Fr HS 2,3,4; Ex Bd 4; Pat Dr 
3,4; Std Gov Day 3; Prom Com 4; JV Show; 
Sr Play. MEMORIES: FRIENDS, CR, LB, JK, 
elves, 3 musketeers, library-buzz, fr. re- 
treat, twinkies, soccer, dances, 3/14/75, 
parties, Mick's, prom, laughter & craziness. 
CHALLENGE: Eternal happiness. FUTURE 
PLANS: College, be happy and enjoy life. 




DIANE DIZACOMO 
Diz, Di 
Drama CI. 1,2,3,4; Sr. CI. Play; MEMORIES: 
Greg, 12-30-74, Jr. yr., Catwalk, Drama CI. 
Pis., Parties and good tms., Adams St. Han- 
gout, the gang. TO FORGET: 9-30-75, 
Greg's Gr. rug, Sum. "75", Soph, yr., 7-18- 
75, AC, SL, PG, All the letdowns, bad times. 
CHALLENGE: To stop being such a push- 
over. FAVORITE SAYING: Jessem. FUTURE 
PLANS: Aid in the prev. of cruelty to an., 
get married, be happy. 




LAURIE DLUZNIESKI 
MEMORIES: Fosters Ponr M], CJ, EB, DM, 
That road 7/4/71, 5/2// 5, RP Maine 75 old 
orchard, A + W, Follow H, Burnt Out, 74 
Airport, Wildwoor 1 , bikes NH backroads, 
C. House Luke 3// 4, Tewks. Drive-In, Biol- 
ogy II. CHALLENGE: To climb a mountain 
and be the person 1 am, want to be and 
able to stay there and everyone accept 
that. FUTURE PLANS: Take all the right 
roads to happiness, be married and have a 
family. 




EILEEN DODEMAN 
Work Study 2. MEMORIES: Salisbury Beach, 
VV, GT, Christmas vacation, History with 
Mr. M, SL, DS, DE, Christmas Party with JO, 
English with Mrs. S, MM, TE, SM, KS. TO 
FORGET: Dention with Mr. D, Gym with 
Miss M, Boston Common. CHALLENGE: To 
help people any way I can. FAVORITE SAY- 
ING: "You Turkey". FUTURE PLANS: Travel, 
Then find the right guy and settle down. 




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JIM DOWNS 
Brows 
MEMORIES: JN, WAWAWWimpee, Pig 
Pen, Face, Cone, Hanging around, avco, 
shop. TO FORGET: lunches, school, North 
Reading, waiting to get a car. CHALLENGE: 
To be successful at whatever I do. FUTURE 
PLANS: Make a million on construction. 



SHARON DOWNS 
Sftb. 1,2,3,4. MEMORIES: family, MM 
5/6/74 TP with SB, New Years eve, swamp, 
prom, 10/11/75, Salisbury, ftb games, 
emerson's, VW with DC, JB parties, JV 
Show N, NOVA PM party. TO FORGET: 
Cliffs, accident, Longo, Backstabbers, "F 
Chase" shotdowns. FUTURE PLANS: Travel 




DANIEL J. DURANT 
Dan 
Marching Band 1,2,3; Concert Choir 1,2,3; 
Concert Band 1,2; Mixed Vocal Ensemble 
2,3; JV Show 3; Jazz Rock Ensemble 2; Sen- 
ior class play 4. MEMORIES: 9/30 Cindy, JY, 
HG, KF, SC, Mrs. Stultz 3, proms. TO FOR- 
GET: Homeroom 3 & 4 with Mrs. Doggett, 
GB, How's it going?, Miss Dadoly, Miss 
McCarthy, "Where's your pass?" FUTURE 
PLANS: Getting a BS in Nusring being con- 
tent in whatever I do. 





KEVIN EISENER 
Cowboy 
MEMORIES: Lunch and studies. TO FOR- 
GET: Straight classes. FAVORITE SAYING: 
Keep your head in the right place. 



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JANET ELLSWORTH 
Coffee 
MEMORIES: Going to Hampton with GT, 
skipping every day, Ten Years After con- 
cert, Lesley, pizza over DA's, the fence 
kids, especially Sue, Deb, Hotlips, MA, BH, 
and Darlene. TO FORGET: Five, Yum Yum's. 
FUTURE PLANS: To own five coffee shops. 



MARK ESPOSITO 
Stud 
Football 3,4; Hockey 2. MEMORIES: Fr. yr., 
passing gym, getting knifed, play cards, 
work study, Camp Wakuta, Friday nights, 
football practice, football games, Lisa, 
Duff's field, Mac, Town Park parties. TO 
FORGET: Lunches, Dulong, Art — Fr. 
Soph., Jr. FAVORITE SAYING: What's your 
act, sick puppy. FUTURE PLANS: Work, be 
happy. 



JEAN FAIRWEATHER 
MEMORIES: English with Mrs. Mindell, 
good friends and good times. TO FORGET: 
Rm 224-226 on Fridays, Bees in type room, 
unhappy times, TM, clay projects in Art II, 
Homeroom as a senior. FUTURE PLANS: 
College and live a rich, fulfilling, happy life. 






JOHN A. FAIRWEATHER 
Hockey 1,2,3,4. MEMORIES: Remember 
everything but homework and Spanish. TO 
FORGET: Homework and Spanish, sitting 
in study doing nothing. CHALLENGE: To 
get through school. FUTURE PLANS: Work 
maybe college. 



LAURA FANTASIA 



KAREN FIELDING 
Drama Club 1,2,3,4; Concert Choir 2,3,4; 
Mixed Vocal 3,4; Heliotrope 3 treas.; Year- 
book 4. MEMORIES: RL vs RJ, Locker 106, 
Bicycling on the Cape, camping on the 
night of the Jr. Prom, 8/12/75, all the con- 
certs and plays. TO fORGETVChemistry, not 
being in the Senior Class Play because of 
mono. CHALLENGE: To go to the Senior 
prom. FAVORITE SAYING: Thanks alot, Fan- 
tastic. FUTURE PLANS: College, career in 
art, get married. 



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DONNA FISHER 
MEMORIES: SM, Canada 75, Kathi, GG, CG, 
DMc, parties over library, Harold Parker, 
Debbi B's house, ice cubes, Mr. Breakey's 
office. TO FORGET: 12/18/75, 8/19/75, LF 
being the only girl in shop, Math. CHAL- 
LENGE: To get my license and own a race 
car. FUTURE PLANS: For my one and only 
wish to come true. 









SUSAN FITZPATRICK 
Fitzy 
Student Government 3 Police. MEMORIES: 
TN-1/24/75-12/16/74, BC, JL, BUD, DO, 
SS, BB, PM, MG, DR, TH, G-H, New Years 
75, Prom 1,2,3,4, DG, CG, MS. CHALLENGE: 
To become successful in anything I do. FA- 
VORITE SAYING: Gimme a break. FUTURE 
PLANS: To go into law enforcement. 
corcemeru. 



THOMAS FLAHERTY 
Spring Track 2. MEMORIES: The parties we 
had, Friends at the big D., Mr. Cote, Mr. 
Kelly, AD, ED, DW, TC, GK, SC, ER, SF, BT, 
and all my friends at the WHS and to re- 
member the activities I was in at the WHS. 
TO FORGET: My Freshman year. CHAL- 
LENGE: Getting up in the morning and 
getting out of the WHS in three years. FA- 
VORITE SAYING: You like that huh. FUTURE 
PLANS: Travel, go into the Armed Forces 
and work with electricity. 



CATHY J. FONTAINE 
MEMORIES: Bob! Partying! the Hill, the 
Webb, Harold Parker, AC! Fry, Vicki, 
Cheryl, Betty, skiing for the first time, To 
Ma & Dad who did their best but never did 
get any rest! Vicki's house! Both Proms. TO 
FORGET: Type I, April 75, Getting caught 
...! The morning after! Some fist fights 
and arguments. CHALLENGE: To be good! 
FAVORITE SAYING: Want to go for a walk? 
FUTURE PLANS: College & live happily! 



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LAURIE FOSGATE 
Field Hockey 1,2; Yearbook 4; Sr. Class 
Play; Patrons Dr. 4. MEMORIES: Good times 
with family and friends, Mandi, GH, Me., 
Littleton, 6/17/75, Common, Bermuda, 
Concord in the rain, J. East. TO FORGET: 
French w Mrs. H, Drivers Ed, Bees. CHAL- 
LENGE: "Each of us must do the things that 
mattter; All of us must see what we can 
see." — M. Mclaughlin. FUTURE PLANS: 
College, travel and enjoy life. 



BARRY FOSTER 
Cross Country 1,2,3,4 Capt. 4; Basketball 1; 
Winter Track 2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Varsity 
Club. MEMORIES: Crossing the Channel, 
the rink, KM. TO FORGET: Spanish I, all 
most getting caught field day 74. FUTURE 
PLANS: College in business management. 



GALE FULLERTON 
Workstudy 3,4. MEMORIES: YBM, Jackie & 
fam., DL, JW, DW LC, BB, D's hot dogs, 
Tweks, OC, BH w/D & J, Art 3 & 4, D's ice 
cream, PB, #7. B., BG, DG. TO FORGET: 
PGH, j's poems, Burl. Mall's ride home, 3 
yrs w/CG in lock. CHALLENGE: N. fight 
w/D, Listen to J w/o laughing, N. fight 
w/M. FAVORITE SAYING: Whaat! Cut it 
out! FUTURE PLANS: Get a car. 




HOLLY L. GARRETT 
Holl 
Yearbook 3,4; Bowling 4; Sci. Club 3; Cone. 
Choir 1,2,3,4; Mix. Voc. 4. MEMORIES: 
Good times with Kath, MP, PL, NW, KD, 
JM, NM, KK, DB, SC, BB, DD, CM, BS, my 
friends, talks with Doc, Mr. G's class, s&S, 
Gilco, YB, MN. TO FORGET: Mrs. A's tests, 
French, Col. app., 7 am. CHALLENGE: Help 
disabled children. FUTURE PLANS: Become 
a physical therapist, get married, have chil- 
dren, be happy. 




CHEYRL GERAKINES 
MEMORIES: 8/6/75, Beach Boys & Chica- 
go, skipping in my Jr. yr. with PM, good 
times over JWs, the past, present and fu- 
ture with Bob, Jr. skip day. TO FORGET: 
10/15/75, DF's remarks in HR for 4 yrs., 
7/17/75, putting up with GF in my locker 
for 3 yrs., 5/2/75, Harold Parker, fights 
with PM. CHALLENGE: To hang on to ever- 
ything I've got. FAVORITE SAYING: "Get 
lost". FUTURE PLANS: Business career, get 
married and live happily ever after. 




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CAROLYN GIANNOTTI 
Carol 
MEMORIES: To remember all my firends, 
the old gang, JG, MB, BB, Mr. Scanlon's 
psychology class, 10th and 11th grade Eng- 
lish with Mr. Malay, Remember skipping 
gym with KB, Remember Mrs. Basmajian's 
classes. TO FORGET: gym, Miss Cassidy, 
school lunches, homework, General Math 
I, Mr. Milley. CHALLENGE: To travel to 
many different countries. FAVORITE SAY- 
ING: "Are you kidding?" FUTURE PLANS: 
Work, travel, marriage, enjoy life. 



JOANNE GIARDINA 
Jo 
Bowling. MEMORIES: To remember all my 
friends, including CG, LW, JM, CA and all 
my other friends and teachers Mr. Scanlon 
and Mr. Malay. TO FORGET: Gym, Business 
Math and to forget the rest of the teachers 
and the school lunches. CHALLENGE: To 
go to Europe and to be a skier. FAVORITE 
SAYING: Thats stupid. FUTURE PLANS: 
Business career, travel and enjoy life. 



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MICHELE GIROUX 
Mike, Mich 
Ski CI. 1,2,3,4; Prom Com. 3; JV Sh., Ring 
Com., Yrbk., Stu. Gov' 3,4; Travel CI. 4; Pat. 
Dr. 4; Sr. PI. MEMORIES: Friends, dances, 
Wash., beach parties, camp, VT, 1/21/75, 
Our Gang, DA, VW, BS, Mancinis, JV Sh., 
CYO, Jade E., ftbl games, town pk., GH, PA, 
NY. TO FORGET: Bad day, mks., fights. 
CHALLENGE: Be successful in whatever I 
do. FAVORITE SAYINGS: Hi Kids. FUTURE 
PLANS: College, travel. 



TIM GOULD 
Gouldy 
Football 1,2,3; Chess 3,4. MEMORIES: Mr. 
Keady's class, current events & trivia 
games. TO FORGET: Football camp, some 
teachers, getting car stuck at lunch. CHAL- 
LENGE: Make loads of money. FAVORITE 
SAYING: To each his own. FUTURE PLANS: 
Go to college, join Air Force. 



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Angelo 
Varsity Hockey 1,2.3,4. MEMORIES: Class of 
76, VW, Tracks, 2/16/75, good times, with 
SB, WV, JC, KD, EL, RM, DL, tobogganing 
parties. TO FORGET: Summer of 74, 1st 
week of hockey, summer nights with out 
cooler. FAVORITE SAYING: I don't believe 
it. FUTURE PLANS: To enjoy life, and haul in 
the bucks. 



STEPHEN GRANT 
Mick 
Wildcat 3,4; Cr. Coun. 1,2,3,4; Indoor Tr. 
3,4; Outdoor Tr. 2,3,4; Varsity Club. 
MEMORIES: States 74, CM I "1", 4:46, 6 
mile, Frankie, Mr. Kelley & Cripps, WSC- 
CMCC, JC, Fats, Elton & MA, 5:50, 
Keebler. TO FORGET: CC 1,2, Grammar & 
Usage, no camp. CHALLENGE: Low 4's in 
miles. FAVORITE SAYING: You Goon. FU- 
TURE PLANS: None yet. 



ANTHONY GRAVALLESE 
Tony 
Hockey 2; Baseball 1,2; Cross Country 
2,3,4, Capt. 4; Winter Track 3,4; Spring 
Track 3,4; Varsity Club; J.V. Show. MEMO- 
RIES: 1000 against Andover, B.W. and N.B. 
#1. TO FORGET: Crossing the channel, do- 
ing 660's, L.N. and J. A., Miss D's Chem 
Class. CHALLENGE: 440 under 51.0. FAVOR- 
ITE SAYING: "Backdoor" FUTURE PLANS: 
Head of Recreation Department. 




LEONARD GRAVES 
Frankie 
Cross Country 2,3,4; Spring Track 1,2,3,4; 
Band 1,2. MEMORIES: 1st place cross coun- 
try, J.V.; Kelly's Camp; F. Vallie & Shanana 
Concert; RJI; W-74 A-71; Art 1 with CB, 
DW, JH. TO FORGET: Ballardvale St., Scrub- 
bing out with AM, JT, DK, BP, KT, TW, 
MG, RR: Wilmington, Rocco's. CHAL- 
LENGE: Better than I was. FUTURE PLANS: 
Service. 





DEBBIE GRAY 
Work Study. MEMORIES: Darrell, friends, 
S. Family, my family, som., Jack's, old Betsy, 
MR III GF, BG, zerds, getting lost, drafting, 
BD with MS., WHS nights, summer 74, 
N.H., N.Y., Hockey & football games, 
G.R.S., Ditch, Doughnuts, S.I. T.N. Beaches, 
Gas, Party's, Ch. Food, R.L. TO FORGET: 
Oct. 19, 74, Town Park, work, DB. CHAL- 
LENGE: Saving money. FAVORITE SAYING: 
Are you sure, You know, I was sitting 
there, right. FUTURE PLANS: To get mar- 
ried and be happy. 



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BRENDA GREENING 
MEMORIES: Feb. 10, 1973, Chicago & 
Beach Boys Concert, "75 Vette", Home- 
room 111 C.F. & D.G. TO FORGET: Spanish 
I — detention, staying after for type III, 
Field Day '73, in the hospital, Thanksgiving 
Football Game '75, Silent Meditation. FU- 
TURE PLANS: Go to school, travel, marry 
Bob. 





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STEPHEN GRIFFIN 
Football 1,2,3,4; J.V. Show, Senior Class 
Play. MEMORIES: Sleepout at T.P., Parties at 
T.P., Barnside, Kelleys, Friends, Storm 
Trouping; J.V. Show, Party after J.V. Show, 
B.Y.O.B. Saturday Nights, Tracks, Break- 
fast before games, V.W. TO FORGET: Tacos, 
Camp Wakuta, Homework, the whistle, 
Andover, Feb. 22, '75 in Pkg. Lot, practice. 






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TOM GRIFFIN 
MEMORIES: Donna, AeroSmith 74, Sopho- 
more Field Day, Jimmies Idea's, Harold 
Parker, Parties, tripping in the rain, 
Scum's New Year's Party Super Sleez, 1,2. 
Boy-O, Boy-O, Boy-O, Sonny's curb. TO 
FORGET: Accidents, Steve's New Year's 
Party, Check, All my buddies, falling up the 
stairs, Oct. 16, '75, Fully's Buddy rich crim- 
min's, pushing the bus in the rain, taco's. 
CHALLENGE: To stay straight. FAVORITE 
SAYING: Excited. FUTURE PLANS: Work, 
party. 



DEBORAH GUZELF 
Debbie 
Feature Twirler 2,3. MEMORIES: S.R. in 
tennis, S.F. knows everything, Friday 13th 
and J.H., K.S. Friday nights, senior prom, 
muntchkins, banana peels, AA cheating, 
K.M. TO FORGET: Chemistry, homework, 
being a freshman, awful lunches, disecting 
frogs. CHALLENGE: To get through college. 
FUTURE PLANS: Whatever happens after 
college. 



DERRICK GUZELF 
Science Club 1-4, Chess Club 1-4, Chess 
Team 1-4. MEMORIES: Playing with the 
computer, Chess at B.V. Chem labs, snow 
days. TO FORGET: Spanish and all boring 
classes, tests and final exams. CHALLENGE: 
College, to learn to fly a plane, to travel, to 
become rich. FAVORITE SAYING: "I'm not 
going to school tomorrow." FUTURE 
PLANS: To go to college, a career in as- 
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DEBRA ANN HARKINS 
Debbie 
Travel Club 1; Potpourri 3; MEMORIES: 
Dave, good friends, Italy, Florida, dances at 
Austin, 5/19/73, Year of 73, Summer of 74, 
parties, Mrs. Bas. class, 3rd lunch, Gen. 
Bus. with S.C., boys, Mac's, Spring Party, 
KOC. TO FORGET: WHS, lunches, Mrs. G's 
class, Mrs. L's class, gym. CHALLENGE: To 
be good in Art ana to travel. FUTURE 
PLANS: To succeed in whatever I do. 



BETH HARRISON 
Fid. Hky. 1,2,3,4; Bskbl. 1,2,3,4; PD & JV 
Show. MEMORIES: family, Dean, SI, KP, DJ, 
TH, BR, KD, the rest, swamp party, Hit 
Dirt, Ossippi, weekend at NU, all niter, 
F.yr., Mrs. M., parties, JV show, one nite at 
SI, Emersons, MVC 74-75, streaking w/JC. 
TO FORGET: F chase, LK party, 5 yrs, after, 
back stabbers, BB bench, Bed, JC saying 
"Do you like me". FUTURE PLANS: To make 
something out of my life. 



PAT HARRISON 
MEMORIES: 4/1/74 Steven, Sue D., SC, 
Mum, Frsh yr, my wine, surprise party, K & 
K, the Baz, Jr. Prom, getting picked up, 
DQ, the Hat, M & M Burns, Dor & Stan. TO 
FORGET: 4/1/74 BB, grounded, steno, 
"the Change", Bee's, the subs I've made, 
walking to and from school. CHALLENGE: 
To get my license. FAVORITE SAYING: Ha 
toots, honey. FUTURE PLANS: end up with 
Steve. 




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TERESA HARTKA 
Terry 
Std. Gov' 3,4; Yrbk 4; Std. Council 3,4; Sr. 
Play, OEA 4; Patrons Drive. MEMORIES: 
Beach Parties, friends, Jacks, camp, NY, 
Cape, Pa., bike rides, common, Town Park, 
games, Ticky Pea, parties, Barrows. TO 
FORGET: Dickey, CBR, gossip, gym, fights, 
sunburns, Bee's in 207. FAVORITE SAYING: 
"So what else is new", "You Guys". FU- 
TURE PLANS: college and travel. 



LYNNE HASTINGS 
Spring Track 2,3,4; Math League 2,3,4; 
Keywanettes 3,4; Yearbook 4; NHS 4. 
MEMORIES: AV, CL, LM, LF, The Common, 
6/26/75, Florida, Pool parties, Five mile 
marathon, Bike hikes and good times. TO 
FORGET: CBR sentences, Mr. Fardy's rats 
and pigs. CHALLENGE: To get the best out 
of life and be successful. FUTURE PLANS: 
College (UNH), Live in Florida. 



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PETER HOEMANN 
MEMORIES: boring classes, parties, crazy 
kids, good friends, Mr. Keady's history 
class. TO FORGET: Wilmington High and 
some stupid classes. CHALLENGE: To see 
what the future brings. FUTURE PLANS: Go 
to college. 



JEAN HOGAN 
MEMORIES: Ftbl. & sftbl. games, TG, LO, 
DR, LB, AW, CD, AA, KH, LP, DW, BW, 
DG, SR, DR, DP, English sophomore yr., 
CYO, family, Town Park, the P.P. TO FOR- 
GET: Steno I, Frsh yr., interims, report 
cards, gym. CHALLENGE: To pass Type 3. 
FUTURE PLANS: Travel. 



MAUREEN HOWLETT 
Field Hky Mgr. 3,4; Bsktbll 2; Softball 2; 
Exec. Bd; Patrons Drive. MEMORIES: Nan & 
Family, the Gang, Jr. Prom, the wink, JB, 
C's, PM, PB, SD, debut, JV show, nice 
teachers, town park, the Var ftbll & field 
hky, FH parties, parties, Cape, HPK chase, 
Oz. TO FORGET: lost dreams, ride home, JV 
party, everybody out, 5'10". CHALLENGE: 
to be famous. FAVORITE SAYING: I can 
dream can't I. FUTURE PLANS: College. 






KEVIN HURLEY 
Turtle 
Football 2,3,4; Hockey 1,2; Baseball 1,2,3,4. 
MEMORIES: Salisbury beach, Starlight 
Drive In, Smith, Dan and Sweat McCan, 
Summer 75. TO FORGET: Summer 74, 
Camp Wakuta. CHALLENGE: Have enough 
money for the weekends. 



SALLY IRWIN 
Fid Hky 1,2,3,4; Vice-Pres. 1. MEMORIES: 
Good times with SP, BH, DJ, BR, TH, KP, & 
the rest, Jim Ward, partying, all nighters, 
9/26/75, Kimbies, JVS, swamp party, NH, 
family, talks w/muph, K w/MS, 4/19/75, 
MVC Champs. TO FORGET: back stabbers, 
JP's house, 2 weeks, stonewall, hop & bed, 
Jeremiah, hitting Jack's with no money. FA- 
VORITE SAYING: They'll get over it. FUTURE 
PLANS: College. 



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CHfRY/. JAMISON 
MEMORIES: "Smoke on the water", Gary, 
the Grove, my friends, Cananda, Fosters 
Pond, Brothers Pizza, Tuesdays, 2 West St. 
Maine. TO FORGET: Green, a certain Tues. 
night. FUTURE PLANS: College. 



PETER JENSEN 
BB 1,2; CC 1,3; WT 3; JV Show; S. Play; Ski 
Club 1,2. MEMORIES: Great Dane, The 66, 
Ski Trips, beaches, Tiajuana, nite Salisbury, 
Prom w/Diane, Sum 74, 2/16/75, Grad. 75, 
Hang Gliding, DBTP, Sailing, Scrambling, 
Good times w/the old GD OG gang. TO 
FORGET: Selling Great Dane, Fr. Bite. 
CHALLENGE: Skiing Swiss Alps. FUTURE 
PLANS: College, Teach in Colorado. 



DEBRA S. JEPSON 
Debbie 
JV Show, Patrons Dr. 3,4. MEMORIES: Par- 
tying, B.S., V.W., friends, B.B., S.I., B.H., 
T.H., 9/26/75, Sal. beach, Jr. Prom, Lk. 
Winn, Emersons, Flashers, the bug, Mark & 
Sally, Summer of 74, Ohio, KP Parties, all 
nighters. TO FORGET: Cliffs, Dames in dis- 
tress, the "F" chase, back stabbers. FUTURE 
PLANS: What ever happens happens. 




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MYRA JONES 
MEMORIES: All my friends and family, 
Maine, Asbury Grove, Fosters Pond, CH, 
Those Tuesday nights, Fairs. TO FORGET: 
Report cards, Tilt-a-whirl, Being Ground- 
ed, Gym, Bad times. CHALLENGE: To be 
able to do anything and not care what oth- 
er people think. FAVORITE SAYING: Ya 
Sure, tell me about it. FUTURE PLANS: Col- 
lege, travel enjoy life. 



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CATHY JUERGENS 
MEMORIES: JW, SS and I almost getting 
caught in the girls room with "smoke." 
The Junior Prom with JQ, Dietetics, and 
the people at the hospital, the trip to 
Washington DC, Kathe and Charlie, going 
out with Danny. TO FORGET: The party at 
SM's, breaking up with JQ a week before 
his Senior Prom, Salisbury, and the party. 
FUTURE PLANS: To go to College for Di- 
etetics. 



DEBORAH A. KELLEY 
Deb, Debbie, Kel 
Tutor 3,4 OEA 3,4 Pres.; NHS 3,4; Science 
Club 3,4. MEMORIES: Swordsmen, AJ, 
Spot, family friends — MLH, Mark — Jim- 
my, John L, Dunkin Donuts, FS — JGR, 
Type/NL, j, L, D, S, P, J, C, L, weekends, ST, 
US, #34. TO FORGET: Waffle, Fr. & Soph. 
Yrs., long lines, Oscar, cliques, punch. 
CHALLENGE: To be me. FAVORITE SAYING: 
I don't get it. FUTURE PLANS: Whatever. 




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LAWRENCE j. KELLY 
Larry 
Work Study 3. MEMORIES: Parties, Brass 
Lantern, Debbie, car, Superior Column, 
Cambridge, Mr. Cripps class. TO FORGET: 
losing my license, freshman year, lunch, 
school. FAVORITE SAYING: "Bummer 
Huh". FUTURE PLANS: State Police, Detec- 
tive. 



LISA KENNEDY 



CHARLES KINDRED 
Chuck 
Baseball 1, W. Track 3,4; Tennis 3,4; Chess 
Club 2. MEMORIES: Passing Spanish 1. TO 
FORGET: Spanish 1, Mrs. Lewis, Spanish 1, 
Miss Jellisan, Spanish 1, Miss Mederos. FU- 
TURE PLANS: College. To go in to the field 
of Forestry or Oceanography. 



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KAREN J. KINGSTON 
Fr. Nat'l Hon. Soc. 2,3,4; Nat'l Hon. Soc. 3,4 
Sec'y; Yearbook 4; Tennis 3,4; Bowling 3; 
Patrons Drive 4. MEMORIES: JM, JG, NM, 
HG, & all my friends, roll, skat., shop, in 
Bos., ftball games, Sox 75, Cal. TO FORGET: 
Braces, gymnastics, Anal, tests, Chem., 
school lunches. CHALLENGE: To be 5'6" 
tall. FAVORITE SAYING: Wait for me! I knew 
you'd say that. FUTURE PLANS: College, 
work, have a family, & be happy. 




DONNA KNICKLE 
CI. Treasurer 1-4; BB Cheer. 1; FB Cheer. 
2,3 Co-capt 4; Bskball 2,3,4; JV Show; Pat. 
Dr. 3,4; Yrbk; Prom Com 3,4. MEMORIES: 
Dave 7/23/73, My Family, Summer 73, 
WFS, VW, BS, Fri 7, Proms, Pat's, Promise, 
Sunday's, 23, Congo, C's Wed, N, JV Show, 
Mr. K, 99, C, Friends — Good times, 
GBLIZ, FB gmes, fever, CMW, mutual 
6/7/75. TO FORGET: 495, St. lite, Locks, 
LLM, ch-pox, W, Accidents, bench. FU- 
TURE PLANS: College for Elm. Ed, settle 
down w/ a family. 






EDWARD KOCZERGA 



PETER KIRTTER 
Kritt 

MEMORIES: Anderson's, Juggers house, 
school, being one half of the Kirtter gang, 
seven ft giant, coaching with Sully, party- 
ing, take over Doug's, Harold Parker, mak- 
ing ice runs at the rink, hot bowl, my old 
car. TO FORGET: Everything I learned, the 
Vice-principal, Park Street Estates, super 
sleeze, tape guy. CHALLENGE: To become 
rich without doing anything, avoiding 
Sleezes. FUTURE PLANS: College. 



PHIL KRITTER 
Kittman 
Soccer 1. MEMORIES: Mrs. Ross 2nd Peri- 
od study, Parties with SB, MP, MB, MW, 
Doug's house, 7 foot giant, running for my 
tapes. TO FORGET: Geno's jokes, the fresh- 
man, sophomore year, gym, Park St. Es- 
tates. CHALLENGE: To keep away from 
sleezerots. FUTURE PLANS: Go to college. 



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WILLIAM LAMKIN 
Bill 
Winter Track 3,4; Cross Country 3,4; 
Spring Track 4; Ski Club 1,2,3,4. MEMO- 
RIES: Ski trips, summers, beating Andover 
W. Track, NAPA, moon over Miami, 6-1 6- 
1, Barretta, The Cape. TO FORGET: C.B.R., 
660's, Chemistry, Concord St. lunches, 
studies, French, KO, Mr. Kelly's jokes, 
tests, G. E. forgetting Pledge. FAVORITE 
SAYING: "Don't worry." FUTURE PLANS: 
Go to college, become a Civil Engineer. 



CAROLYN LANDRY 
Drama CI. 2,3; Sci. CI. 2,3; Std. School 
Com. 3; Chor. 1; JV Field Hky. 2; Chess 
Team 3; Chess CI. 1,3. MEMORIES: JH, PW. 
The 3 Musketeers, Coasting, BT's car, CV, 
Club parties, DB, Tempest, Karen, SSC, 
6/2/75, German III, U, Mass. Lunchroom 
staring contests, DK. TO FORGET: Worry, 
despair, unhappiness. CHALLENGE: Make it 
through school; reach my goals. FAVORITE 
SAYING: Seriously though . . .; Really? FU- 
TURE PLANS: To get a head as far as I can; 
Med. school. 






RICHARD LANCONE 
Rich 
Rod & Gun 2,3,4. MEMORIES: The Marlin, 
Dave & Ricky on that productive night, 
The Hydrant, Palace, Buff & Anacin, Mr. 
Joyce's time & patience. TO FORGET: Miss 
Longo's boring class, my attempts at things 
that turned out wrong. CHALLENGE: To 
keep that Marlin going forever. To build 
my own house in N.H. FAVORITE SAYING: 
Take it easy. FUTURE PLANS: To live out life 
the way it was meant to be lived. 



MARION LANNI 
Maa Maa 
Sr. Class Play. MEMORIES: Cruising, the 
girls, Hmpt-JW's puppet, Mr. Breakey, ME 
..., Joey's, Mr. G, St. rink, cabin road, 
"crazy nites", partying. TO FORGET: Old 
boyfriends, halls, fights, 9th grade, walking 
to school. CHALLENGE: To be the kind of 
parent my dad is. To be home at 3 & up at 
6. FAVORITE SAYING: I'm bored! Hey baby. 
FUTURE PLANS: To go to college, stay hap- 

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MICHAEL D. LANNI 
Mike 
Football 1; basketball 1; ski club 1. MEMO- 
RIES: Mr. Scanlon's class, Mr. Alyward's 
gym class, freshman year, parties. TO FOR- 
GET: sophomore year, French, Biology, 
walking to school, Swedish box, Mr. D's 
English class, first period. CHALLENGE: To 
get up in the morning after a good night. 
FAVORITE SAYING: Let's go to the store. 
Packie! FUTURE PLANS: Go to college, get a 
good job, be happy. 



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RICHARD LAPHAM 
Pig Pen 
MEMORIES: Sport, Slater, leaping, Piggy 
Fat, Studly, Debbie S. at T.P., Debbie L. in 
homeroom, Debbie G. going to Maine, the 
tracks, you know you know. FAVORITE 
SAYING: How's your bum? FUTURE PLANS: 
To get the #%?! out of school. 




DAVID LARIVEE 
Football 1,2,3; Tennis 3,4; Rod & Gun 3,4; 
N.H.S. 3,4; J.V. Show; Sr. Play; Jr. Rotary. 
MEMORIES: Baldwin, Hydrant, Marlin, Mil- 
ton Mills, Hunting, The Palace, Concord, 
The Chef, Chem. II, Rich, Chris, Ed, Mike, 
DeMoulas, Calif., Toboggan Parties, P.R., 
J.V., Ice Fishing, 2/16/75, Dwellers. TO 
FORGET: speaker, Wakuta, Md. bk., Starlite. 
CHALLENGE: Make it through the Acade- 
my. FUTURE PLANS: Attend Air Force 
Academy and fly. 




EDWARD LEARY 
Cross Coun. 1,2; J.V. Show; Hockey 1,2,4; 
Sr. Play. MEMORIES: Fri. & Sat. nights, Gd 
times w/friends, Frosties, Concord, Par- 
ties, P.R., Charger SE, Huskies, York Beach 
Me, Gang, town park, B.Y.O.B., Mike, 
Burnsy, Dave, Salsi, State, Toboggan Par- 
ties, Snapper, Fidge, Ken, Mom & Dad. TO 
FORGET: Speeding ticket, two blowouts at 
same time, close calls. CHALLENGE: Do 
good in college & get a good job. FUTURE 
PLANS: Go to college & have fun. 




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ROGER LESNIK 

Hippie, Bagle 
Band 1,2. MEMORIES: Skip Days, Going to 
Hampton Beach and the Missile Site Par- 
ties, Remember the party place. TO FOR- 
GET: Getting caught by Mr. Garrett. CHAL- 
LENGE: To be able to fly anything that flies. 
FAVORITE SAYING: Some peoples. FUTURE 
PLANS: To Tour the country for a year and 
then join the Airforce. I hope to find a job 
as a commercial pilot. 



DEBBIE LEYDEN 
MEMORIES: CJ, summer of 73, CH, LF, 
summer of 75, weekend wipeouts, babysit- 
ting?, proms, Plum Island, friends, Oliver, 
all nighters, 3, driving, beach, Mancini's, P. 
TO FORGET: nothing. CHALLENGE: Not to 
keep all my marbles in the same bag. FA- 
VORITE SAYING: Oh well, I don't know. 
FUTURE PLANS: College, airline stewar- 
dessing, own a Riviera. 







KENNETH LISTON 
Football 1,2; Cross- Country 3,4; Winter 
Track 2,3,4; Spring Track 1,2,3,4; Executive 
Brd. 3,4; JV Show; Prom Committee 3,4; 
Student Gov't Day 3,4. MEMORIES: Two 
track championships, beating Andover, 
victory and tobogganing parties, Mr. Kel- 
ley, good friends, CC, 2/16/75, MB, PI, 
BYOB, 1st time. TO FORGET: Mr. K's jokes, 
practices, losing. CHALLENGE: To become 
rich and successful. FUTURE PLANS: Col- 
lege, maybe teaching. 



NORMA D. LITTLE 
Norm 
MEMORIES: All my friends, family, good 
times, byrd, short person, far away friends, 
strong stomachs, red sneakers, camel ears, 
heart to heart talks, weekends, English, 6- 
2-75, F and C, Friendly's, #12. TO FORGET: 
Byrd's driving, cruel people. CHALLENGE: 
Remain happy always. FAVORITE SAYING: 
Wait a minute. FUTURE PLANS: Become an 
efficient dental assistant. 



CAROL L LOMBARD 
"L." Lumbie 
Fid. Hky 1; Bskball 1,2,3,4; Sftbll 1,2,3,4; 
Band 1,2; FHS 3,4; NHS 3,4; Pat Dr. 3,4; S. 
Play; Yearbook. MEMORIES: "Good" times 
shared with great friends, my family. 
CHALLENGE: To always remain an individ- 
ualist. FAVORITE SAYING: You never know. 
FUTURE PLANS: Stay healthy + happy, be- 
come a wildlife conservat. and event, 
transport myself to Oregon on the seat of a 
Kawasaki. 



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SHERYL ANN LOPEZ 
Ski Club 1-4 Sec; News Paper 1,2; Std. 
Council 3. MEMORIES: Jellybean, Mary, 
Waldo, Jr. Prom w/Bob, Dave, Paul, Mac's, 
2/75, dances, parties, Kitty's, MaiTai, Jade 
E., CH, BC, Cookbook, PT 63. Ski Trips, Mr. 
Cote, J.V. Show, George, Godfathers, 
Football games. TO FORGET: 75 New Year's 
skipping and getting caught. CHALLENGE: 
To save enough money to ski Vail with 
M.V. FUTURE PLANS: Airline School. 



DEBRA LOTHIAN 
Sr. Class Play. MEMORIES: 5/14/75, getting 
dismissed, detention, Richard, The Moth- 
ers — MS, CC, The Stones, Anthony & 
Euclid, Mr. Breakey, Debbi's kid, The 
Cage, BR, going out with the girls, "The B" 
— P.M. TO FORGET: Gym, Freshman yr., 
H.R., cliques, Shorthand & M.T., crazy 
things, R. did, Span. II, Spaceshots. CHAL- 
LENGE: To be free and stay free. FAVORITE 
SAYING: Hey, FUTURE PLANS: Go to Col- 
lege. 



DANIEL LOWRY 
Hky 1; JV Sh.; P. Dr. 3,4; Ex. Bd. 4; Pr. Com. 
3,4; Sr. PI. MEMORIES: JV Show, tobbogan 
parties, FROSTIES, Squeeges, sum 75, Salis- 
bury, 1/21/56, NH runs, Jr. Prom, buzzed, 
van, 99, Beach Boys, scrambling, TP, DB, 
CR, SG, friends. TO FORGET: Mornings 
after above events, Sam's, $28. CHAL- 
LENGE: Go over the falls with Burns. FA- 
VORITE SAYING: It's Miller time. FUTURE 
PLANS: College. 






CHRIS LYMAN 
Ears 
Chess Club 1; Ski Club 1,2,3,4; Freshman 
Football 1. MEMORIES: Algebra II with P.N., 
Chem I. TO FORGET: French I, II, III, Gym 
with Fred, Calculus, Typing. CHALLENGE: 
Graduate from Harvard. FUTURE PLANS: 
College. 



GREG LYMAN 



ALAN MACDONALD 
Baseball 1,3; Track 2. MEMORIES: My Ge- 
ometry teacher, Miss Director and her 
class, the card games in the small cafe, all of 
my friends. TO FORGET: All 3 of Mr. Fes- 
senden's classes and his cold war reports, 
the cafe lunches, two years of Spanish I. 
CHALLENGE: To graduate and have lots of 
fun after graduation. FUTURE PLANS: To go 
into the service as a career/get married, 
have kids. 



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GARY MACDONALD 
Mac 
Ftbl. 1-4. MEMORIES: 75 Ftbl. team, Bob, 
Roundsie, Win, JH, Tanka-1, Bone, The Ba- 
ker gang, Partying after winning a game, 
Bubbles, Hawk, Bothering LN and JC, 
Things that I have forgotten, Barretta, 
Duke, Spike. TO FORGET: Ftbl. camp, car 
accidents, chickening out, Cabaret, AN- 
DOVER GAME. CHALLENGE: Never get 
married, own a vette. FAVORITE SAYING: 
Sure. 



KATHLEEN MACDONALD 
Kathy 







KATHY M. MACINNIS 
Mac 
MEMORIES: Snowflakes, DF, CJ, DG, Baby- 
sitting with DF over Deb's, The day BG, SS, 
JW and I skipped 7th on accident, We 
Broke It, CHARLIE, the library with MK 
and RB, Everything I learned. TO FORGET: 
"Mac remember this song?", girlsrooms, 
smoking over DF grandmothers house. 
CHALLENGE: To go to college. FUTURE 
PLANS: To be happy and to go to Russia. 



PATRICIA A. MACQUARRIE 
Sr. PI. MEMORIES: Rich T., 1/11/75, Aunt 
M. Frosty, The frosts, KB, ML, DL, LC, SF, 
EH, MS, JV, Contiki & Dumb Arab, friends, 
Mr. Breakey, R. Stewart, speeding — Ste- 
penwolf, SF's parties, blue truck, good ti- 
mes/GS, Bost. aft. dark. TO FORGET: Mid- 
dleman, my friend, use & abuse, teeth, 
telephone poles, crash, work-camp, WHS 
Parking Lot. CHALLENGE: Be free. FAVOR- 
ITE SAYING: What a zoo! FUTURE PLANS: 
Move from Wil. & party. 



SHELDON MAGA 
Shelly 
Soccer 3,4; J.V. Show. MEMORIES: Soccer 
Parties '74, '75, L.D. "S.H.", and all the 
good times, The Fence, H.P., J.V. Party, 
The N.I.S., G.A. TO FORGET: Just passing 
Junior Year. FAVORITE SAYING: "Sacho" 
FUTURE PLANS: Work, mess around. 



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JEANNE MAGEE 
"Dimples" 
BB cheering 1,2; Ftbl cheering 2,3,4; JV 
Show; Patrons Dr. 4. MEMORIES: Family, 
Beth, friends, JV Show, parties, beachdays, 
Mac's, proms, ftbl games, Paul's car, boat 
and other good times. CHALLENGE: To find 
a future. FUTURE PLANS: Maybe college 
then later marry and raise a family. 



WILLIAM MAGEE 
Lump 
MEMORIES: All my friends, card games in 
the small cafe, trip to Nevada, skipping 
Spanish and all other good times. TO FOR- 
GET: Accident in track, school, Miss N ge- 
ometry class and all other troubles. CHAL- 
LENGE: To graduate. FAVORITE SAYING: Be 
serious! FUTURE PLANS: Make the best of 
life. 







LEO MAISON 
MEMORIES: Icky days, class, the Race car 
tracks, the North, the Ice Arena. TO FOR- 
GET; Going to classes especially Hone's, Je- 
sus Freaks, CYO. CHALLENGE: Getting a 
good business going. FUTURE PLANS: Be 
extremely rich own a Rolls and a Vette. 



BRENDA LYNN MANSON 
MEMORIES: Remember good friends, es- 
pecially DR and CL, Happiness of 74, Sea 
Breeze, 5/8/75, Spring Party, York Beach, 
Hudson Gang, Summer of 75, and RC for- 
ever. TO FORGET: Continental. FAVORITE 
SAYING: Are you serious? FUTURE PLANS: 
Marriage and the best life can bring. 



PAUL MARASCO 
Soccer 1,2,3, Capt. 4; JV Hockey 1,2; 
MEMORIES: Northern Soccer League 
Champions 72, 73, Coach Lentine, all my 
fans and friends, NL, DK, CV, MO, PM, 
PM, DS, JC, PW, away game Mooners, bus 
trips, Mr. Grecoe's LHB. TO FORGET: Span- 
ish, Geometry. CHALLENGE: To find happi- 
ness no matter where I go. FUTURE PLANS: 
College and to play soccer. 



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LINDA JEANNE MARCY 
Ski Club. MEMORIES: 10th grade, Spanish, 
LK, skipping, Tech I., shorty, Kevin. TO 
FORGET: WHS, Miss Chipman, Math ex- 
ams. CHALLENGE: To graduate. FAVORITE 
SAYING: Guess what? FUTURE PLANS: To 
attend art school and become a commer- 
cial artist. 



CYNTHIA ). MARDEN 
Music 1-4; JV Show; Sr Play 3,4; Drama 2-4. 
MEMORIES: Dan, 9/30, Dick and Marie 
Stultz, having Nancy in school with me, 
Mr. D, Miss K, JY, KF, HG, proms, music 
lessons, figuring out my feelings, P.S. TO 
FORGET: Latin I, taking risks, clouded 
mind. CHALLENGE: Jazz Harmony and sym- 
bols, diminished and half-diminished (my 
apologies to MT.) FUTURE PLANS: Music 
school, making someone special happy, 
not wasting one minute of my life. 



THOMAS MARDEN 
Tom 
Baseball 1,3,4; Basketball 1; Chess Team 1- 
4; Chess Club 1-4; Wrestling 3,4. MEMO- 
RIES: "Receiving" flag from Boston Gar- 
den, Friday + Saturday nights, Woburn. 
TO FORGET: Not playing JV Basketball as 
Jr., trying to pass CBR. CHALLENGE: To 
finish JFK conspiracy report, succeed dur- 
ing + after school. FAVORITE SAYING: 
What are we doing tonight? FUTURE 
PLANS: Go to college and hopefully to be 
successful in life. 






DOROTHY MAROUEBREUK 



PATRICIA MARTIN 
Patti 
Pat. Dr. 3,4; Sr. Play; Yearbook. MEMORIES: 
Ftbl. games, JV show, Good Harbor, crui- 
sin', 7/4/75, Beach Boys, Jade East, Kittys, 
MR. G's classes, Barrows, Good friends. TO 
FORGET: Chestnut St. tree, "piece of 
cake", Birch. CHALLENGE: To be successful 
in whatever I do. FUTURE PLANS: College 
and then get married. 



MICHAEL MAZZOLA 
Football 1-3 Capt. 4; Track 1-3; JV Show. 
TO REMEMBER: Leanne 11/23/73, JV Show, 
Jr. Prom, day after prom, partying with the 
team, Kringle, Woo, Mac, Lester, Espo, GF, 
ski trips, victory dance, beaches. TO FOR- 
GET: Andover, ties, that time with LP. 
CHALLENGE: Ski the Alps. FUTURE PLANS: 
College, travel. 



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DfB/ DEC McCLUSKEY 
Decker, Debi 
Work Study 3,4. MEMORIES: Skipping 
classes with DF, CG, SS, KM, DB, Mr. Brea- 
keys office, Dances Jr. Prom, Phone Booth, 
Snowballs. TO FORGET: PM, SS and I got 
caught, Behind the school. CHALLENGE: To 
go to beauty culture school. FAVORITE 
SAYING: I get high on life; Kevie Poo. FU- 
TURE PLANS: Own my own salon. 



JEANNE M. MCDONALD 
Tennis Team 3,4; Fr. Nat'l Hon. Soc. 2,3,4; 
Yearbook 4; Patrons Drive 4; Bowling 3,4. 
MEMORIES: Close friends, KK, NM, HG, 
DB, MS, ski trips, ft. games, summer 75, 
roller skating, Sox 75. TO FORGET: Chem. 
labs, gymnastics, analysis, braces, school 
lunches. CHALLENGE: Wimbleton. FAVOR- 
ITE SAYING: What a fool! FUTURE PLANS: 
College, career, a happy life. 



KEVIN MCFARLAND 
Mick 
Rod & Gun Club 3,4; Ski Club 1,2. MEMO- 
RIES: Town Park (BYOB), The "Hut", 4 
years with Mr. Dicey, The day after the 
Junior Prom, Ski trips. TO FORGET: Broken 
leg in senior year. CHALLENGE: To try and 
get ahead in life without too much trouble 
— Do a lot of mountain climbing. FUTURE 
PLANS: To become an architect or forest- 
er. 




KATHI MCGINLEY 
MEMORIES: Kevin!, 4/25/75, Surf Breaker, 
York Beach, Summer '75, Wesley House, 
"other life", Vershire Vt., Sandwich Mts., 
Helio Festivals, Mancinis, Sr. Prom, Con- 
certs, Sweet 16-Sweeter 17, Mel's Party, 
Path, my tree, JV show and after, P & S 
Mom, Dad, everything. TO FORGET: 
12/26/73, light shows, "Sweet & Inno- 
cent" by DS & DJ, Top of the Hub type- 
writer. FUTURE PLANS: College, marriage, 
live happily ever after. 





KATHLEEN MCLAUGHLIN 
Kathy 
MEMORIES: Dietetics, VA Hospital, BB, 
night clubs, general business — 9th grade, 
90's on Junior report card third term, 
Home Ec. class — 9th & 10th grades. TO 
FORGET: Lunch lines, school food, gym, 
dances, assemblies, HG, SAT's, type. CHAL- 
LENGE: Succeed in life as far as getting what 
I want most out of life. FAVORITE SAYING: 
Really? Oh Wow! FUTURE PLANS: Agri. 
Sch. & Framingham St. & become an RD, 
get married. 



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THOMAS MCNAMARA 
Hockey 1,2,3,4, Captain. MEMORIES: Ju- 
nior Prom and the next day at the beach, 
winter weekends down at the town park, 
earth science in 9th grade. TO FORGET: 
French 1, Geometry. FUTURE PLANS: Go to 
college. 



JOHN MCNAUCHTON 
Cross Country 1-4; Bsktbl. 1; Winter Track 
3,4; Pat. Dr.; JV show. MEMORIES: JV Show, 
party after JV show, tobogganing parties at 
town park, Mr. Kelly's camp, red jacket, 
swimming the channel. TO FORGET: Soph, 
year, car accident, working at Demoulas, 
C.C. meet against Billerica — 1975. FUTURE 
PLANS: Go to college. 



ROBERT MCNEILL 
Spanky 
Chess 3,4; Wildcat 3,4 Publisher Coord. 
MEMORIES: Salisbury, CW, Seppy, Pud, 
Red wood, accounting, Washington St. 
Boston, Cambridge. TO FORGET: Journal- 
ism, Suki, candy at Babo's, 2 yrs. at Maiden 
Catholic. CHALLENGE: Become an accoun- 
tant, earn $40,000 a yr., sell all the candy. 
FAVORITE SAYING: Ya want a slap. FUTURE 
PLANS: Bentley or Northeastern. 




PAUL MCQUAID 
"Sweets" 
Workstudy. MEMORIES: Times that were 
so good that I couldn't remember them, 
Rock concerts, parties, Field days and days 
in the field, the courtyard, Lesbo house, 
Salisbury. TO FORGET: Homeroom, waking 
up for school. CHALLENGE: Be rich and 
travel. FAVORITE SAYING: "Sure", maybe 
tomorrow. FUTURE PLANS: College. 




KAREN MCVICKER 
Class Secretary 1; Stud. Coun. 1, treas. 2, 
Sec. 3, Pres. 4 Field Hockey 1,2; Bsktball 1; 
Attendence Board 4; Prom Comm. 3,4; 
MEMORIES: Barry, Mom, Dad, Cath's par- 
ties, The Rink, friends, long talks, summer 
of 73, JV Show, VW, Plum Island, Staties, 
HP, Dec, sides of roads, Mancini's. TO 
FORGET: Ms. Dadoly, Zayre, FUTURE 
PLANS: Travel, get married. 




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MARK MELARAGNI 
Melie 
MEMORIES: RF, VF, MT and DH in the cafe, 
My "66" T Bird, Webber St., summer of 
"74", MR, BM, BB, EK, Trail riding with my 
Suzuki. TO FORGET: Mr. Cripps' law class. 
CHALLENGE: To own the most beautiful 
Thunderbird in the world. FAVORITE SAY- 
ING: "You clown." FUTURE PLANS: Hope- 
fully become a master electrician and live a 
good life. 



ROBERT MERCIER 






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NANCY MEYER 
Travel Club 1 Pres.; Ski Club 2,3,4; JV 
Show; Prom Comm. 3,4. MEMORIES: M, D, 
R, my true friends, Jr. Sr. year, all the par- 
ties, Jr.. Prom, the rink, SW. TO FORGET: 
Gym classes, the High School. CHALLENGE: 
To become a top model. FAVORITE SAY- 
ING: "Fan it." FUTURE PLANS: To travel 
around the world, get all the things I want 
out of life. 



MARIE MICHAUD 
Yearbook 4 Design Editor; NHS 3,4; Stud. 
Gov't. 3,4. MEMORIES: Locker & Bowling 
gangs, Mean Machine, friendships & good 
friends, the PC, getting lost & heading for 
Boston, BF, Decisions, my older self (Les- 
lie), Summer 75, 4/19/75, killing bees. TO 
FORGET: REASONS, School lunches, Floyd, 
Geometry w/Mr. S. FAVORITE SAYING: 
Come again? FUTURE PLANS: Occupational 
therapist & to live — happy and tree. 



ALEX MIELE 
Cross Country 2,3,4; Winter Trk 3,4; Spring 
Trk 3,4; Baseball 1; NHS 3,4 Treas.; Rod & 
Gun Club 2,3; MEMORIES: AB, scrubbing, 
Town Park, party after Andover, New 
Year's Eve, Somerville, MD, Mamma 
Leones, Chem. with DS. TO FORGET: Run- 
ning track, practices, Mr. M's jokes, 
Leftry's classes. CHALLENGE: To make it 
through college. FAVORITE SAYING: 
What's the Beef? FUTURE PLANS: College, 
Dental School. 



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DEBORA ANN MILANO 
Newspaper 4; Art Club 1,2. MEMORIES: 
Jack, 6/21/72, 12/26/72, Charger chemis- 
try with JW, good teachers, the prom, 
white outfit, Jack's beard, Rustlers, Ho Jo's 
talks with Mrs. Ross, Locker 277, NIWS. TO 
FORGET: Winter of 73, 1/20/73, QB, Lies, 
certain people, walking alone, TO, JD with 
JR. CHALLENGE: To control my temper and 
Jacks! FAVORITE SAYING: Oh Wow! FU- 
TURE PLANS: To attend college, get mar- 
ried have children and live comfortably. 





JANICE MILLER 
MEMORIES: My mother, Bobby, 6/21/74, 
Jimmy Ward, Good times with MC, LD, LT, 
Julie, ski trips, JV show, Junior Prom, Alge- 
bra 1 twice with Mr. Kelly. TO FORGET: 
9/23/73, DB, and TB, all the stupid rules, 
my junior year. CHALLENGE: Passing High 
School, Learning not to take things for 
granted. FAVORITE SAYING: Duh! FUTURE 
PLANS: To be a stewardess. 






LAURA H. MILLER 
Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Softball 2,3,4; Year- 
book, Sr. Play, Std. Gov't. 3,4. MEMORIES: 
Friends, common, hrsbk rdg. camp, Lum- 
bie's ride, talks, Mrs. B, Ms. M 74-75 Fid 
Hky. Champs (coach — 75 team). TO FOR- 
GET: Math, Type. CHALLENGE: To do what I 
can w/ whatever confronts me in life. FA- 
VORITE SAYING: I don't know. FUTURE 
PLANS: To work with handicapped chil- 
dren, to raise horses, take my poetry with 
me. 



KATHY MOAKLEY 
Moca, Mokey, Moak 
MEMORIES: Sophomore year, AG, AW, 
CC, KB, CD, TH, SR, ML, LG, JW, JR, LP, 
Sitting out on the common, Tennis games, 
lunchtime. TO FORGET: Freshman year. 
CHALLENGE: Holding on to money, getting 
a new car, traveling cross country. MVOR- 
ITE SAYING: Oh come on! FUTURE PLANS: 
Cosmotologist, stewardess, travel. 



NANCY ]. MOORE 
Nan, Nance 
Softball 1,2,3,4; Yearbook; Patrons Dr.; 
Keywanettes; Sr. CI. Play; Bowling. MEMO- 
RIES: Friends, my family, roller-skating, the 
summers, trips to Boston, football games, 
75 Red Sox, Celtic's game. TO FORGET: 
SAT's, rules, having to live on a time 
schedule. CHALLENGE: To have a ranch. 
FAVORITE SAYING: Oh My Word! FUTURE 
PLANS: Go to college to be an interior de- 
signer, be happy and have a family. 



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WESLEY MOORE 




JOHN MORAN 
Bubbles 
Football 1,2,3,4. MEMORIES: Baker's Gang, 
Down Back, Baldwin. VW, Town Park, 
stealing coolers, canoeing at Fosters, spa- 
ghetti, Football 75, Drive-ins. TO FORGET: 
Wakuta, getting caught, hole in tank, 
Doyle & Mac blowing lunch on my car. 
CHALLENGE: Lose weight. FUTURE PLANS: 
Food tester. 







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LINDA MORGAN 



DEBBIE MURPHY 
MEMORIES: EB, EB, MJ, CJ, LD, CR, CP, DC, 
Paul, BF, MT, DF, DW, AR, DeMoulas 
Christmas Party 74, "Pig", FSMC at school, 
Riding, Benson's, San Diego Zoo, Shed, 
1/1/75, Harold Parker, Town Road, Parties 
at EB's, 7/6/75, 7/7/75, my junior year. TO 
FORGET: Methuen Gang, Beach Party — 
MS, PP, 12/24/74, 10/19/75 — bridges, 
76, The Jaguar. CHALLENGE: Be a success in 
life. FAVORITE SAYING: Definitely! FUTURE 
PLANS: Get married and raise a family. 



PATRICIA MURPHY 
BB 2,3; Track 3; Prom Com. 3,4; Patrons Dr. 
3,4. MEMORIES: Family, Deb, Diane, 
friends, Soph, yr., Congo, Cartwheel split, 
dances, partying, JV Show, JB, NH, Jr. Prom 
& day after, ftbl. games, D.C. trip, Emer- 
son's tripling, beach days, Mac's, twn. pk., 
NN, 641. TO FORGET: BB bench, F chase, 
dandy. FUTURE PLANS: Nursing. 



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THERESA MUSE 
Terry 
MEMORIES: The "Yes" concert, Listening 
to good music with SN and JR, being with 
my favorite people, Partying! TO FORGET: 
Rainy weekends, the crowded halls, being 
too short. CHALLENGE: To get into a real 
good paying job. FAVORITE SAYING: Smile! 
FUTURE PLANS: Maybe become an airline 
stewardess, office worker or a model. 



RUSSELL MYERS 
Hockey 1,2,3,4; Soccer 4. MEMORIES: Fros- 
ties, JV show, BYOB, squeegees, FP, day 
after Jr. Prom, Gordies cottage, Salisbury, 
state, Burnsy, Roundsy, Dan, 1/1/76, 
1/1/75, FP. TO FORGET: Things I don't re- 
member, morning after all nighters, Beach 
Boys, Jr. Prom, Town Park, Andover and 
93. CHALLENGE: Trying to find a challenge. 
FUTURE PLANS: Finding a challenge. 



STEVEN NAPOUTNNO 
Nippa 
Spring Track 1,2,3; Winter Track 1,2,3. 
MEMORIES: Terry, partying, all my friends, 
growing up. TO FORGET: Jocks, people 
who think they are something they are 
not. CHALLENGE: Life. 






SCOTT NASH 



LUSANN NICHOLAS 
Lu 
Std. Coun. 2,3, v.p.4; Peer Group 2,3,4; 
Track 1; Std. Gov. 3,4; P.D. 4; Sr. Play; Exec. 
Bd. 4; Prom Com. 3, chm. 4. MEMORIES: 
Bill, summer 75, 7-20-75, N.Y., H.I., Spud- 
sie, Cath, Mary, friends, great escapes, 
Hampton, Jr. Prom, camp, Bob, Coach, 
D.F., Mr. Cogan, Mr. Fardy, Mancini's, 
Mac's, 5-in-1-row, Jade East, Mr. Fess. TO 
FORGET: D.A.S., 7-1-75, G.A. CHALLENGE: 
owning a porsche. 



SUSAN MELINDA NICKERSON 
Band 1,2; Sci. Club 4; Rain-bow 1970-76; 
Concert Choir 2; Ski Club 1,2. MEMORIES: 
Joe, Wendy, all my friends, all my teachers, 
my parents, my clarinet, Jr. Prom with Joe, 
working at Friendly's, 2-18-75. TO FORGET: 
school lunches. CHALLENGE: Algebra and 
Analysis classes with Mr. Kelley. FAVORITE 
SAYING: Don't mind me, I always stare. FU- 
TURE PLANS: College, my own business. 



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WILLIAM C. NOELCKE 
Gus 
NHS 3,4; FHS 2; Ski Club 1,2. MEMORIES: 
Wars on the computer with SH, ski trips, 
NHS, field trips to Rockport, skipping 
school to go skiing. TO FORGET: CBR, 
Shempski, all those rotten years in French, 
getting bagged for throwing paper, silly 
boy. CHALLENGE: To be a successful engi- 
neer. FAVORITE SAYING: It don't matter. 
FUTURE PLANS: College. 



TIMOTHY NORTON 



DENISE O'DONOGHUE 
Fid. Hoc. 2; Pat's Dr. 3,4; Sr. Class Play; 
Prom Com. 2; Ring Com. 3. MEMORIES: 
Mel's, Beach Boys, cruisin', GC, Park Party, 
3 in bed, Howie's, JF, Buzz, Camp, Bump, 
12-31-74, depressed lite, friends, Good 
Harbor, ftbl games, Pa., Jade East, Barrows, 
Kitty's. TO FORGET: DeMoulas, 7-25-75, 
chem, loosing. CHALLENGE: To accomplish 
what I set out to do & be myself. FUTURE 
PLANS: College, be happy. 






JUDY OKOLO 
Jude 
MEMORIES: Dietetics, going to Salisbury, 
Art 4 with PV, LK, & LF, going to New York 
with Art 3. TO FORGET: The food in the 
cafeteria. CHALLENGE: Staying awake in 
History. FAVORITE SAYING: No way. FU- 
TURE PLANS: Take it as it comes. 



MARCIA OLSON 
JV Show; Pat's Dr. 3,4; Sr. Play; Yrbk. 4; Std. 
Gov. 3,4. MEMORIES: Ticky pea, flirty 
doors, parties, Buzz, friends, bowling, 
beach parties, 11-1-74, WEO, 4-19-75, 
chalet, gs, Jade East, Barrows, 10-10-75, 
Jacks, Good Harbor. TO FORGET: JM, 11-6- 
74, WHS, People who think they are great. 
FUTURE PLANS: College, travel. 



ELLEN O'ROURKE 
Trk. 1,2,3,4; BB 2,3,4; Chr. 2; FH 3,4; V.P. 4. 
MEMORIES: Canada, B Boys, Congo, RW/ 
w LP, Beefalo, Analyst, G Blitz, Fever 
Camp, Stang, JV Show, OZ, letters, VW, 
Friends, Good Times, sports, MVC 75, 
Wendy W., Archivist, Crtw spit. TO FOR- 
GET: Army Barons, tech, 4-in-a-row, Gum, 
495, W, EO was here, flunk off, being late, 
the bed. 



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MARY OSGOOD 
Wildcat Ed. 4. MEMORIES: Good times with 
good friends, my family, NL, TL, Fri. nights, 
being toasty, T-byrd mobile, the zoo. TO 
FORGET: Gym, crowded lunches, 6:30 am, 
rainy days, Sunday nights. CHALLENGE: To 
live each day in full understanding of the 
people around me. FAVORITE SAYING: 
I'm toasty. FUTURE PLANS: Legal sec, en- 
joy life, travel. 






LESTER PEABODY 
Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1-4. MEMORIES: 
Sat. night after the game, Mike out in the 
woods, breakfast before the game, Mon- 
days when we won, partying with Spike, 
Baldwin Steel, VW, all the ftball nuts, 
Roundsy, Dave, Spike, Bob, Heavy, Dexter, 
Mark, Marty, tip'n at camp. TO FORGET: 
Grub, Wakuta, Mon. practices, Andover, 
ski trip to Loon, DW at camp. CHALLENGE: 
Go to college and get a good job. FUTURE 
PLANS: College, travel. 






THOMAS PELLETIER 
Chess Club 1-4; Chess Team 1-4; Student 
Government Day 3 Conservation Commit- 
tee. MEMORIES: Mark Smith blowing up 
syringe in in Mr. Doly's class. TO FORGET: 
French. 



MICHAEL A. PETERS 
Mike, Jerry 
Ski Club 1,2,3,4. MEMORIES: 4/19/75, Aer- 
osmith, night at the drive-in, shop 74, 
Maremont, Hampton 75, 67 Dodge Polara, 
JC, LR, skiing, all the friends I made. TO 
FORGET: DeMoulas. CHALLENGE: To make 
alot of money. FUTURE PLANS: College, A 
good job. 



ROBERT PHILLIPS 
Flips 
Wrestling 1,2,3; TO FORGET: My freshman 
year, the cafe. CHALLENGE: Making it to 
class on time. FAVORITE SAYING: You goo- 
ber. FUTURE PLANS: Airforce. 



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KERIN PILCHER 
Field Hockey 2,3,4; JV Show. MEMORIES: 
Parties, gold, bug juice, 4/11/75, BH & BH, 
Salisbury, The El, JV Show, skiing, close 
friends, concerts, day after prom, MVC 
champs, more parties, good buzzes, The 
Regulars, talks with good friends. TO FOR- 
GET: Cleaning after parties, missing good 
times and weekends cuz of N.H., a messed 
up person, one way people. CHALLENGE: 
Have a job I like. FUTURE PLANS: College. 



LYNDA PINTRICH 
FH 1,2,3,4 Capt.; BB 1-3; SB 1; JV Sh.; Pat. 
Dr. MEMORIES: Chris, friends, summer 73 
Mdn, hit dirt, all niter, swamp party, Fla., 
RL, Fitch's cottage, Salisbury, Jr. Prom, 
schemin w/LN, UFO, zaza, good times & 
talks w/CF, RW's w/E, befelo, faithful fans, 
G-Bliz, Stang, FH camp, MVC 74 & 75. TO 
FORGET: Andover 73, Lawrence Ikr. rm., 
F-chase, 7/12/75, fights, BB bench, 495. 
FUTURE PLANS: College w/EO, party, trav- 



DIANE PUMFREY 
Flhky 2,3,4; G. Icehky. 1,2,3,4 Capt.; Prom 
Com. 3,4. MEMORIES: Ma, Dad, Ricky, Ken 
10/13/74, 10/12/75-KM, H Rock, HP wkd 
7/20/75, Paul, HP, Rl, Ken's family, BB, 
MVC 74 & 75, Terri & Steve, icehky, good 
friends, good times w/TS & JT, Loon, Au- 
gustine's. TO FORGET: VW, spats w/Ken, 68 
jav', soph, yr., LK's partys, Andover 73, CS. 
CHALLENGE: Pro-ice hockey. FAVORITE 
SAYING: Really? FUTURE PLANS: Be suc- 
cessful in life, enjoy it, get married. 










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JIM REED 
MEMORIES: TM, SN, AC, TG, partying with 
good people, working, good music. TO 
FORGET: Mr. Kelley's class, freshman year, 
getting caught, suuure. FAVORITE SAYING: 
Let's take a walk out side. 



GENE REITCHEL 
Wimpy 
Workstudy 4. MEMORIES: The "exciting" 
town of Wil., Pig Pen, Bone, Weed, Sport 
and others. TO FORGET: The 4th of July 75 
and 6 days before that, "grubs", WHS, 
psyching myself to eat school lunches. 
CHALLENGE: To lose 25 lbs. before I gra- 
duate if I graduate. To save enough money 
to buy a car. FUTURE PLANS: To become 
part owner at John T. Berry Rehabilitation 
Center. 



DONALD REYNOLDS 
Dee 
MEMORIES: Mark, Karen, Lyn, April, 
Sheryl, Henry, house constructin, Shelly. 
TO FORGET: Mrs. Aldrich, Mrs. King's 
study. FAVORITE SAYING: No chance of 
that. FUTURE PLANS: Carpenter. 



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ALLYNE RICE 
Poindexter 
MEMORIES: Mrs. Heim, Mrs. T., Skippy, all 
nighters w/EH, after school w/AB, Cape 75 
w/SM, trips w/ML, thru thick & thin 
w/CT, LB, & scout, great times w/DB, 
camping w/family, Mangus runs, John T's 
parties, hanging around, Rocky, Noup, 3 
musketeers, friends of "77". TO FORGET: 
Getting caught, vagrancy at 6:00, Nally. 
CHALLENGE: To prove myself to me. FA- 
VORITE SAYING: Can't wait til Friday. 



CAROLYN RICHARD 
Carol 
MEMORIES: 5/2/75, MA, 5/29/75, "If", 
good friends, # 10, pig, DD, "mountain 
climbing", beach, parties, baseball & ftball 
games, kids at D's, art class. TO FORGET: 
Getting up & going to 1st per., clinical 
practice, working, 1/1/75, college hot 
shots. CHALLENGE: To go to gym. FAVOR- 
ITE SAYING: Guess who?, Tell me about it., 
Turned around and . . ., be good. FUTURE 
PLANS: To become a florist. 













CYNTHIA RICHARDS 
Cindi, Cin 
Yearbook 3,4 Copy Ed.; Pat. Dr. 3,4; Sr. 
Play; Std. Gov. 3. MEMORIES: Rich, CD, LB, 
First Gear, elves, Geno, peankles, JY-chase, 
Sr. Prom, library & buzz, N9, good ti- 
mes/RG, friends, Mick's, Beach Boys & 
Chicago, 3 musketeers, Bing & Bong, pink 
snowballs, onion rings. TO FORGET: 3 ug- 
lies, McCarthy, 11/21/75-g rail, CBR, sick 
puppy, why not? FUTURE PLANS: College 
for Spec. Ed., marriage. 



THOMAS RICHARDS 
Football 1,2,3,4; Patrons Drive 3,4; JV 
Show; Sr, Play; Stu. Gov. 3,4. MEMORIES: 
HSL, BS, VW, HS, BA, DC, LB, 1/1/76, 
nights after JV Show, toboggan parties, ski 
trips-bus, friends, crazy B's on the ftball 
team. TO FORGET: CRASH, 1/20/73, Wa- 
kuta, Soph, yr., nights I can't remember, 
"The Bear". CHALLENGE: To stay out of 
debt. FUTURE PLANS: To do whatever I was 
sent here to do. 



JANET RIDEOUT 
Jan 
MEMORIES: First per. study with LW, argu- 
ing with DW about LW, PC & myself in love 
with JD (Soph.), bowling & Kitty's with JP, 
LY, LW. TO FORGET: Taking the day off to 
walk to Somerville, typing & shorthand, 
Driver's Ed. CHALLENGE: Going to Colora- 
do to visit my sister. FAVORITE SAYING: 
Good Lord. FUTURE: Teach deaf children, 
get married and have children of my own. 



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JANICE RITCHIE 
MEMORIES: Dave, summers of 73 & 75, 
VW, rink, the place, YC, TP, parties-JV, 
RW, JM, friends, MS, PB, CT, # 7, CD, ski 
trips, WM, ftball-soccer games, Maine, 
cenecle, ducks, 4/11/75, Jr. Prom, CP. 
Beach Boys, 10/25/75. TO FORCET: Jake, 
the way home, night after ace, ZZ top, 
1/1/74, Backstabbers, 8/13/75. CHAL- 
LENGE: Pass every class in one term. 



DEBORAH ELLE\ ROBERTS 
JY Show; Senior Class Play. MEMORIES: 
Friends, beach, parties, G-H, Austin in Bos- 
ton-CA, happiness of "74", dances, Candy 
R, Barrows, Summer of "75", York Beach, 
Me., Hudson bovs, JV Show, France '74". 
TO FORCET: Leaving Maine TK, 10/16/75, 
Continental. CHALLESGE: To live my own 
life and travel around the world. FAVORITE 
SAYINC: "Get out of here!" "No, it's my 
sunburn." FLTLRE PLANS: College, teach- 
ing, marriage, children. 



DIANE ROBINSON 
G. Ice Hockey 1,2,3. MEMORIES: 1/22/75, 
hockey, Decisions with Mr. Maggio, BB, 
C\\ . BVV, Cape, good times with DP & KD. 
TO FORGET: Type 1,2,3, sophomore year, 
O O, fights with BB, having braces. CHAL- 
LENGE: To pass type 3 and office machines. 
FLTLRE PLANS: to finish school, work, get 
married. 






SUSAN ROBSON 
Sue, Robbie 
MEMORIES: Brian, Friends, L.B.,D.S.,P.v 
M.O. .T.H..M.G..D.S., my family, football 
games. Good Harbor, Jack's, 10/10/75, 
Apple juice, 12/6/74, Sophmore English, 
over-heated car, Salisbury, common, 
McDonald's-van, good times. TO FORGET: 
Getting grounded, hands. CHALLENGE: 
Pass Geometry. FAVORITE SAYING: "You 
Jerk". FLTLRE PLANS: Nursing. 



PETER ROSE 



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Class sec 2,3,4; JV Show; Pat. Dr. 3,4; Fld. 
Hky. 1,2. MEMORIES: All the good times I 
had, Mr. Kelley, DJ, CS, SI, BH, TH, friends. 
Stop & Go, 9/26/75, parties, VW, BS» flash- 
ers, the bug, DB & SunyhsL, my pal, Sal. 
Beach, Jr. Prom & day after, swamp. TO 
FORGET: CLIFFS, Rm. 121, # 27, lunchlady, 
soph, yr., dames in distress, a tape. FAVOR- 
ITE SAYING: We are enemies forever. 



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KEITH ROUECHE 
Soccer 1,2; Cross Country 3,4; Winter 
Track 1,2,3,4 Capt; Spring Track 2,3,4; Yr. 
Book. MEMORIES: Crossing the channel, 
Andover spring 1974, party, friends, Bob, 
Frank, Dan, Sprig, stinker, Gov. Tom. TO 
FORGET: End of the term. CHALLENGE: 
Visit an island. Make a living doing what- 
ever I want to do. FAVORITE SAYING: I'm 
nothing but a mounty, singing for my 
bounty . . . FUTURE PLANS: Better times. 



CHRISTOPHER ROUNDS 
Ft.ball 1,2,3, Capt. 4; Baseball 2; Vice Pres.; 
Track 1. MEMORIES: Lynda, Toe, Mac, Ba- 
kers Gang, Burns, Ruse, Sat. nights, friends, 
Siteman, getting buzzed, beef, ftball 
games, JV S>iow, partying, Les, Spike, Fros- 
ties, Marty, DS. TO FORGET: Andover, the 
nights I can't remember, Hampton, fight- 
ing with L.P., Wakuta, Mon. practices, ties, 
CBR, Analysis, the crash, LN. FUTURE 
PLANS: College. 



KENNETH P. RYAN 
Ken, Kenny 
Ski Club 1,2,3,4. MEMORIES: Skipping 
school to go skiing, metal shop, ski bus at 5 
a.m., drawing JM out of woods at Loon. TO 
FORGET: School lunches, getting up at 
6:45 a.m. to come to school, homework. 
CHALLENGE: Buy a car. FAVORITE SAYING: 
Don't, cut it out. FUTURE PLANS: Do a lot 
of skiing, buy a sports car, and take life as it 
comes. 






PHILIP RYAN 
MEMORIES: My family, Mr. & Mrs. O., 
Mike, Rod, Slater, Mac, Skinny, Sport, Pig- 
pen, Wimpy, Joe, come to the cabaret, 
11/8/75, Nick, Sis, Montana, Jr. Prom, 
Salisbury State Park, CR, DS, parties at 
Pilcher's, great lunches, that good fork in 
school. TO FORGET: 1/1/72, sleeping in the 
park, peanuts, London Detectives, meat- 
ball, "dumped", summer of 73. FUTURE 
PLANS: Get a good job and make a mint. 



NANCY H. SAMPSON 
MEMORIES: Art class with CC,KB, GF, PB, 
KS, SM, JC,LC,JB, lunches, sitting on com- 
mon, doing report with Sue for Mrs. Lock- 
wood. TO FORGET: HR. tests, some teach- 
ers, reports, running to the bus so you 
won't get bombed with snowballs, world 
culture. CHALLENGE: Be able to make peo- 
ple happy & try & make a happier world to 
live in. FUTURE PLANS: Raise horses, go 
into art, maybe get married. 



JOAN M. SAULNIER 
Joni 
MEMORIES: My Mother, family, friends, 
the yellow canary, N.H., Weekends, K. 
Pine, CH, JT & F. Hydrant, Sweethearts, BS, 
JC, PC in the pumpkin. TO FORGET: 
Crowded halls, 12/15/74, lines, tests, 
proof reading CHALLENGE: To get through 
Mondays FAVORITE SAYING: Really! What? 
FUTURE PLANS: Work, Be happy, enjoy life, 
live day to day. 



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KAREN E. SHARP 
Sharpie, Munchkin, Shortstuff 
Patrons Dr. 3,4; Std. Govt. 3,4. MEMORIES: 
LP & SO parties in the caf, family, Mr. Kel- 
ley, Mr. D, Elm St., 4 yrs, BF, LP, friends, JC, 
strong stomachs, red sneakers, camel ears, 
3/17/74, Joe 6/26/75, Burger Chef, rah- 
rahs, summer 75, names and places not 
mentioned. CHALLENGE: Reach 5'. FAVOR- 
ITE SAYING: Take a hike, be serious. FU- 
TURE PLANS: Art school, become a com- 
mercial artist, be happy 'til eternity. 



SUSAN SHEEHAN 
Susie 
Work Study 3,4. MEMORIES: Best parents 
anyone could have, bum knee 4/18/75, 
DH, MH, suspension with Debi D. & 
Dianne B., Debi's parties, Harold Parker & 
WD, Hampton Beach with Debbie B., Du- 
long's class and contact lenses, dances, 
good times with Rod. TO FORGET: 
9/30/75, detention. CHALLENGE: Get my 
log cabin house in Vermont. FUTURE 
PLANS: Live happily with Rod and Randy. 






DIANE H. SILVERMAN 
Ftbl. Cheering 4; Bsktbl Cheering 3; Peer 
Gr. 2; Concert Choir 1; Sr. Play, Ski CI. 
1,3,4. MEMORIES: Rebel, Stix, Lesbo, 
Biddo, CW, Jr. & Sr. Prom 75, Soccer, Jade 
East, 16, 3/15/75, Mrs. Shea & Coach 
Wierdo, cheering, Nero, Jamie, Matzoh, 
Family, Friends, good times. TO FORGET: 
12/26/73, 3/16/75, backstabber, SR un- 
controllable. CHALLENGE: Be 5' tall. FAVOR- 
ITE SAYING: Hi Fag. FUTURE PLANS: Col- 
lege. 



DIANE SMITH 
Di 
MEMORIES: Basketball with MC, Tennis 
with LD, lunches with BS & KM. TO FOR- 
GET: Lunches with leftovers and SS, the 
corridors, my broken locker. CHALLENGE: 
To fight anything that tries to keep me 
from staying happy. FAVORITE SAYING: I 
did it again. FUTURE PLANS: To travel, meet 
lots of people, and get into a good career. 



MARK SMITH 
Tennis 3,4; NHS 3,4 President, FrHS 2,3,4 
Treasurer; Science Club 2,3,4; Math 
League 1,2,3,4; Bowling League 3,4; Rotary 
4. MEMORIES: Arthritis, syringe explosion. 
TO FORGET: Miss B's French Class, Shemp, 
Dickie R. of D. FUTURE PLANS: College and 
Medical School. 



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SUSAN SMITH 
Sue 
JV Basketball 1; NHS 3,4; Patrons Drive 3,4 
JV Show; Senior Class Play; Yearbook Staff 
OEA 3,4; Bowling League 3. MEMORIES 
Friends, Mr. Kelly's Class, JV Show, Prom, 
Mr. Grecoe's Class, bike rides, football 
games, Illinois "75", Detroit, parties. TO 
FORGET: Gym, braces, first year in Wil- 
mington, freshman year. CHALLENGE: To 
live as an individual. FUTURE PLANS: Legal 
Secretary 



MAL SPENCER 
MEMORIES: Sophomore yr, Harold Parker, 
CC, LK, JE, PB, BG,Career girl, summer of 
74, skipping class, the common, drive-ins. 
TO FORGET: CC's wierd parties, gym, cer- 
tain teachers, clicks, freshman yr, High 
School dances. CHALLENGE: To own my 
own business someday. FAVORITE SAYING: 
Oh wow, I don't believe it. FUTURE PLANS: 
To go to Calif., marry KT and have a son 
and daughter. 



RICHARD SPINNEY 
Soccer 1,2,3,4 Captain; JV Show MC; Sr. 
Play Apple tree. MEMORIES: Me., N.H., 
Canada, Fla., boats, trailer, Vt., our van, 
Salisbury, Cape, RC Parties, Soccer 75, D's 
Camaro, minibikes, R. Sox Wld. Series, DC, 
SD, SN, RL, BT, KD, DP, PJ, RJ, JC & friends. 
TO FORGET: Stln. bikes, LR crash, my car, 
English. CHALLENGE: To steal hubcaps off 
the presidential limousine. FAVORITE SAY- 
ING: I forgot. FUTURE PLANS: Trade 
school. 






MARK STEEVES 
Rod and Gun Club 2. MEMORIES: Chem. II 
and Mr. Krey. TO FORGET: Latin, Geome- 
try, and Dickie. CHALLENGE: To pass my 
senior year. FUTURE PLANS: Attend Col- 
lege, study pre-dentistry 



TERRI STROUSE 
MEMORIES: Friends, Old Betsy, NH, ditch, 
summer 74, Maine, doughnuts, parties, ze- 
ros, concerts, football games, getting lost, 
Hampton, WHS, weekends, strangers in 
the night, town park, all the good times. 
TO FORGET: October 19, 1974, Labor Day, 
Soph. Eng., Steno II, work, babysitting. FU- 
TURE PLANS: To be happy. 



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D/ANf GA/.£ SUGRUE 
Class VP 2; JV Show; OEA; Ex. Bd. 4; Sr. 
Play. MEMORIES: Joe 12/1/72, my family, 
C. family, friends, proms, days after, Hist., 
Type 1, Fla., WSS, 57, Kitty's, out to lunch, 
76, Gloucester, parties, JV 73, 52, Danver- 
sport, N.E., KW, LK, JW, DB, PH, SD, VW, 
BS, Conv., Log, picnic. TO FORGET: Pier 4, 
Starlight, running for bus, Zayre, Type 2, 
Tenny Mt., K of C, CBR. FUTURE PLANS: 
Accountant, and be happily married. 



CHERYL SULLIVAN 



EILEEN SULLIVAN 
Sully 
MEMORIES: 8/22/74 John, my sister 
Joanne, RR, LR, PD, DJ, SC, Mr. Maggio, 
U.S. History class, pictures, Fred. Bali Hai, 
Lord Wakefield, McDonalds, 6/1/75. TO 
FORGET: 3/15/75, Saturday night, my ju- 
nior year, Inspection Sticker, shirt, CG. 
CHALLENGE: To graduate from high 
school. FAVORITE SAYING: What's the mat- 
ter? FUTURE PLANS: Work and marry John. 






KEVIN F. SULLIVAN 
MEMORIES: 2 years of Mr. Fesseden. TO 
FORGET: Getting caught skipping 4 times. 
CHALLENGE: Being the best at whatever I 
do. FAVORITE SAYING: Get lost. FUTURE 
PLANS: Naval career. 



MARY ANN SULLIVAN 
Sully 
BB 1-4; Class Pres. 1; JV Show. MEMORIES: 
Ma & Dad & Gang, B. Crocker & Ethel & 
B's, NB, MC, EW, EB, JB, PG, DG, good 
times with JR, JS, KW/SI, UFO, LL men, 
Fay's, relatives, ERB, summer 73, Feb. 75, 
Dodge Dart, KN, JW, New York, C carnival, 
JA. TO FORGET: Jr. Prom, phoney people, 
BD/WDG. CHALLENGE: Passing Mr. Kel- 
ley's tests. FAVORITE SAYING: So, seen one 
you've seen them all. FUTURE PLANS: Nurs- 
ing. 



NANCY SULLIVAN 
Sully, Nova 
Majorette 1,2,3,4 Capt.; JV Show; Sr. Play; 
Prom Com.; Pat. Dr. MEMORIES: Congo, 
BS. VW, T Park, CB, US Trip, good times 
w/friends, day aft. prom, JV Show, ftbl 
games, BB Con, parties, zaza, slush pup- 
pies, The Gang, Houdini, Salisbury S. TO 
FORGET: 495, F chase, Nova, whistle, 5/3 
VW, Cr. Bch 1 way, sand, Jr. Sk. Day. FA- 
VORITE SAYING: Gimme a break. FUTURE 
PLANS: College. 



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JOSEPH TANNIAN 
Winter Tr. 3,4; Spring Tr. 2,3,4; Cr. Coun- 
try 4; Soccer 3. MEMORIES: Beating An- 
dover in Winter Tr., Del., winning the 
States, Spring and Winter, beating Rick, 
victory parties. TO FORGET: Losing to And. 
in Spring Tr. by 1 pt., breaking my leg, 
Chem. class, moving, an hr. with Frank. 
CHALLENGE: To grad. from college and 
get employed in desired field. FAVORITE 
SAYING: Why? FUTURE PLANS: Major in 
Architecture or design. 








BARBARA A. TAYLOR 
Barbie, Rhubarb, Berb 
MEMORIES: My family, my friends, rela- 
tives, West., HP, Dl's with T,N,B- 
C,K,J,K,M,D,C,S, 4/26/75, 5/13/75, 
Hampton "74", JM, all the good times, 
CM, weekends, PV's, leftovers. TO FOR- 
GET: Things I never did, "66" Chevy, 
7/23/74, work, the corner, braces, LL, 
French, 9/12/75, 2/17/75, Chem., Mr. K. 
CHALLENGE: To stay home 20 min. FU- 
TURE PLANS: Medical Field. 



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BRUCE TARRICONE 
Soccer 1,2,3. MEMORIES: 1st and 2nd peri- 
od, Corsetti party, scrambling, Laconia, 
4/11/75, KP, Screwball, Mansion, the 
Gold, BA, Franklin, Swishman, added plea- 
sures, Allman Bros. ZZ Top. TO FORGET: 
Spanish 1, WHS, US History, sweathogs, 
elegant girls, Soccer coach, CYO, Salis- 
bury, the Nut. CHALLENGE: Keep out of 
trouble, save money. FAVORITE SAYING: 
Piece of cake. 








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ROBERT I. THERIAULT 
Ski Club 1,2. MEMORIES: Ski trips, Cape, 
Dwindling gang, cellars, BP, "Grad. 75", 
friends, Town Park, Firebird, Buick. TO 
FORGET: V.W. -crash, Freshman year. 
CHALLENGE: To own a trans Am, and af- 
ford the gas. FUTURE PLANS: Go to college, 
get a good job, and live a successful life. 



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MICHAEL THIBAULT 
Mike 
Music Theory 1,2; Basic Harmony Comp. 3; 
Music Maj. 3,4; Jazz Rock Ensemble 3,4; 
Concert Band 4; Mixed Vocal 4; Greater 
Bostonians 3. MEMORIES: "Great music 
classes" and "The Big D" (Mr. Degrazia). 
TO FORGET: High School. CHALLENGE: 
Music 3,4. FAVORITE SAYING: Bogus. FU- 
TURE PLANS: Attend Berklee College of 
Music and receive Bachelors Degree, pos- 
sibly Masters. 



MARTIN TILDSLEY 
Marty 
Bskbl. 1,2,3,4. MEMORIES: Mommy & Dad- 
dy, Ginger, Harley, Wally, Hero, Gater, 
Wimpy, Jake, sound off, Skinney, Burnsey, 
Pigman, friends, one hot summer night, 
pinto. TO FORGET: 8/9/75, 9/20/75, one 
ftbl. game, Chestnut St., accidents. CHAL- 
LENGE: To have Harold and Wally's Inc. 
FUTURE PLANS: Living at home with 
Mommy and Daddy. 



HAROLD TILLOTSON 
Harry 
MEMORIES: Mr. Joyce's Media Workshop 
class, all of the parties, the wood. TO FOR- 
GET: Nights in detention, the school 
lunches, Mr. Eisenberg. CHALLENGE: Get- 
ting up for 3rd period on Monday, after a 
good weekend. FAVORITE SAYING: 
Strange child. FUTURE PLANS: Become a 
carpenter, get married and have kids. 






THOMAS TOWER 
Pussy 
MEMORIES: The parties down the fence. 
TO FORGET: The hearts and flowers. CHAL- 
LENGE: To skip classes and not get caught. 
FAVORITE SAYING: Smitty, I'm excited let's 
pass up the day. 



CATHY A. TOWLE 
B.B. Cheering 1; Ftbl. Cheering 2,3,4 Co- 
Capt.; JV Show; Prom Com. 3,4. MEMO- 
RIES: Family, Cindy, Lu, JM, friends, Mrs. 
Butler, JV Show, parties, Jr. Prom, dances, 
beach days, Jr. year, cheering, bus rides, 
biking, summer "74", Jr. Banquet, Jade 
East, "17", Gil. N.H., Lin, MBD, TD, 
9/30/75, L.U. TO FORGET: SAT's, try-outs. 
FUTURE PLANS: College. 



MICHELE TRIGILIO 
Mickey, Mic 
OEA 1 yr. MEMORIES: Cardinals, NY trip 
75, DN, me & Sue's cigs, talking during 
silent med., Bennie & the Jets, Lock. 807, 
me & PB-Gr, apple, D. Donuts with LT, 
Mark, Vin, Deb & me 3rd lunch, Mrs. Bas 
cl., Mrs. H's cl., Mr. Kelley, SJ. TO FORGET: 
Longo, Linda tripping me, lunch lady, gym, 
timings, JB. CHALLENGE: Grow 5 in., DCI 
champs. FAVORITE SAYING: You're a 
spoiled brat! FUTURE PLANS: School. 



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L/NDA T5EKO 
MEMORIES: Debbie Branick, locker 801, 
3rd period at D.D. with Mic, BG and BH's 
vet., Mrs. Harvey's steno class, talking dur- 
ing silent meditation, "Can I borrow your 
brush?", P.I. in Feb. 75, Mickey, SS in W.H., 
NM's big mouth, we went shop'n, 5 mov- 
ies in a day. TO FORGET: Theory tests, Lon- 
go's class, typing 4 letters a period, DRC, 
"You spoiled brat", WHS, first time skiing. 
FAVORITE SAYINC: I'm not a brat. 





MICHAEL TYNER 
Stork 
Cr. Count. 1,2,3; Win. Tr. 1,2; Spr. Tr. 1,2,3. 
MEMORIES: Rockport, trying to ski, sum- 
mer vac, junior skip day, Mr. D's H.B. cl., 
Cr. Coun. TO FORGET: Physics, running 
hills, long dist. and 660's, all my math els., 
all my sci. els., all of my classes!, Wilm., 
AM's pranks, Mr. K's jokes. CHALLENGE: 
To be able to go to Law School. FUTURE 
PLANS: Go to college, buy a ranch, get out 
of Mass. 





ANGELA VALENTE 
MEMORIES: LF, CL, LH, MW, LM, SF, MG, 
DR, BB, friends, summer 75, PK, PG, JA, 
Dennis, Mt Chocura with EW & JD, Mr. 
Scanlon, Mr. Fardy, Mrs. Symonds, Mr. 
O'Brien, Mr. Lynch, D. C, Mr. Grecoe — 
"Piece of Cake", Jeff, yearbook, pole 11- 
21-75, parties 11-21,22-75, CB, JM, FM, 
Penny, Mr. Fesseden & the Cold War, pic- 
tures in Boston with the 35 mm, LN. "After 
enough time has passed all memories are 
beautiful." — Strindberg. 





GAIL VALENTE 
MEMORIES: 1973 — plenty of memories & 
great times with DS, LK, SC, DB, RB, 1st 
year of High School, moving to NH & hav- 
ing the best time of my life with DP, 1975 
with LM, trips to Salisbury, camping, the 
bug, the Club, China Blossom, Lowell. 
CHALLENGE: Never to forget and always 
to remember BR. FAVORITE SAYING: My 
goodness, Yeah! I'm out of my house! FU- 
TURE PLANS: Become a photographer and 
be happy. 



PAMELA VALENTE 
Pam 
MEMORIES: Dietetics I w/SC, GV, and JO, 
skip days, field days, ninth grade Eng. class 
— Mrs. Page w/LF,LK,LL, remember all 
the good times with the rest of the gang. 
TO FORGET: Detention, getting caught 
skipping classes, the rough times we had 
with certain people. CHALLENGE: Profes- 
sional photographer or hair beautition. FA- 
VORITE SAYING: Quit it. FUTURE PLANS: 
Florida after graduation for 3 wks., photo 
school or hair dressing school, marry TV. 



CHERYL L. VAYO 
Science Club 3,4 President. MEMORIES: 
Crusing around with BT, DB, PW, Kel's car, 
recycling, Bedford VA Hospital and every- 
one there, magic show, field trips, Friend- 
lies and everyone there, all my friends. TO 
FORGET: MS, Soph, year, my flat tire, cir- 
cus. CHALLENGE: To go to college, get 
married, and travel around the world. FA- 
VORITE SAYING: Be good! Take it easy. FU- 
TURE PLANS: To become a dietitian or a 
child psychologist. 



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MICHELE VIRTUS 
Ski Club 1,2,3 Treas.,4; Student Council 3, 
Peer Group 3. MEMORIES: Horgie, Mary, 
Janet, Walt, JB, Marie, Sheryl, Jim, Dave, 
Post 63, Jr. Prom with Mark, Mac's, Wah- 
Tat-Ca, godfather, parties, cookbook, ski 
trips, Fryburg, Jade East, Size 20's. TO FOR- 
GET: "Are you 18?", New Year 75, break- 
ing up with ML, NM's flirting, fighting with 
friends. CHALLENGE: To save enough mon- 
ey to ski Vail with SL. FUTURE PLANS: To be 
happy. 



ROSE M. WALLENT 

Rosie, Rosa, Rosalie 
Bsktbl 2,3,4; Chris 1,2; Ski Club; Prom 
Com.; NHS; FrHS; JV Show. MEMORIES: 
Friends, parties, Flyers, ft-bl ems, basktbi 
Beefalo, proms, the Cape w/EO&LP, ski- 
ing, # 1, TDs at night, V-dances, GH, the 
Caddy, CCw/D, Levis, analyst, Salisbury, 
the kid, VW&BS, good times. TO FORGET: 
Not a thing. FAVORITE SAYING: What's par- 
tying? FUTURE PLANS: Become Dr. R.M. 
Walfent, DVM. 



SHERYL WALSH 




MARK WARUSZYLA 
Tennis Team 4, Freshman Basketball 1, 
Chess Club 4. TO FORGET: Austin Prep, 
French II. FUTURE PLANS: To attend col- 
lege. 





JUDY WEBSTER 
"Webber" 
MEMORIES: "Kern", "Maa Maa", G.F., G.S., 
T.D., poor Carla sticking it through one 
more year, the pink thing, Hampton, Salis- 
bury, Joey's, Sweeny's, Webbrook, Al. TO 
FORGET: Eisenburg and his "mighty 
rules", this school, M.S., and the school 
lunches, getting caught, Freshman year, 
and most of all Mr. Garrett. CHALLENGE: 
To last with Al. FUTURE PLANS: To get a job 
and move out. 



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EDWARD T. WELCH 
Ned 
MEMORIES: Last summer at Manomet, up 
the school, the common, TO FORGET: Aus- 
tin Prep, my junior year. CHALLENGE: Pass 
this year. FUTURE PLANS: To make it in the 
world. 



70VCE WELCH 
MEMORIES: Junior skip day, CG in 9th 
grade, Hampton with PM, MT and "Ben- 
nie and the Jets", Maine, talks with Mr. 
Breakey, missing 6th with KN, SS, and BG, 
"The Beaver". TO FORGET: Jr. year, Mr. F 
class, 1st period. CHALLENGE: To pass His- 
tory, get my license, make it to class on 
time, getting through my Jr. year. FAVOR- 
ITE SAYING: Sure! Do you want to make a 
bet? FUTURE PLANS: To be an LPN, get 
married. 




LYNETTE WEST 
Lyn 
Yearbook 4. MEMORIES: U.S. History with 
Mr. O'Brien, 3rd lunch, LY's nicknames, all 
my friends-especially JR & KF. TO FORGET: 
Art, pink lockers, getting into cafe bench- 
es with a dress on. CHALLENGE: To hike the 
Appalachian trail, visit all the states, live 
each day to it's fullest. FAVORITE SAYING: 
Are you kidding? FUTURE PLANS: Be a Vet- 
erinary assist., get married, live on a farm. 





PAMELA WELCH 
Science Club 3,4 Vice-Pres. MEMORIES: 
friends, family, driving w/DB, CV,CL, Mag- 
ic shows, Christmas Party, Recycling, CBR 
class, 4/18/75, Carolyn, phone calls, dawn, 
Big Bird, Bedford Hosp., "CL JH" summers. 
TO FORGET: Freshman yr, SC outing, disap- 
pointments. CHALLENGE: To seek God in all 
I do. FUTURE PLANS: Become a dietitian. 




JANET WIBERG 
Pat. Dr. 3,4. MEMORIES: family, friends, 
Bio. 1, ftbl. games, R.R., P.P., 641, Baldwin 
Steel, V.W., Summer "75", driver ed., 
hockey, 57, Kittys, Salisbury, 1/24/75. TO 
FORGET: THE CLIFFS, gym, Ramada Inn, 
certain party, W.W., C.A., soph, yr., Span- 
ish 1, 4 cars, LONGO, anonymous calls, 
pneumonia. FUTURE PLANS: To be happy in 
anything I do. 



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DAVID WINSTON 
Dave 
MEMORIES: Partying over red's, tracks, 
shoe, V.W., J. P., sport, Tom, Bone, After a 
dance, Sports, Cottage at Hampton. TO 
FORGET: Glen Road, getting caught 
buying my Comet, The Baker Gang. CHAL- 
LENGE: To make it down Glen Road safely 
without smashing up. FAVORITE SAYING: 
What's doing? FUTURE PLANS: Party for 
two or three years and get a job. 



JANET YANKOWSKI 
Majorettes 1,2,3,4. MEMORIES: Italian Ice, 
Sat. Morning, Boys, RJ car, the gang, Louie, 
Andy, Ray, George, Paul, Clay, 783, PC, 
Ken. TO FORGET: 1 Sat, 1974, Mr. H's class, 
LB and gym, DB, Rick and worms, CHAL- 
LENGE: College, marriage, skiing FAVORITE 
SAYING: You inconsistant slob, Claudia, 
I'm sorry that's wrong. FUTURE PLANS: Be- 
come a dietitian, go to Colorado. 



LESLIE ANN YORK 
OEA 3,4 Secretary; Tutoring Shorthand 3; 
Teachers Aid 1,2,3,4; Yearbook 4. MEMO- 
RIES: All my friends, Mrs. Gershon, third 
lunches, Passes from room 208, Account- 
ing with Mr. Shiere, my first job. CHAL- 
LENGE: To wake up in the morning. FU- 
TURE PLANS: Secretary. 




CHARLES ZAVERSON 
Charley 
Cross Country 2,3; Winter Track 1,2,3; 
Spring Track 1,2,3. MEMORIES: Kelley's 
Track Camp, killing bones at track prac- 
tice, Andover meets, waiting for Gail, wait- 
ing to grow up, Karen's parties, BA 
4/26/74. TO FORGET: Track practice, In- 
dustrial design, conference meets, dances. 
FAVORITE SAYING: Nothing. FUTURE 
PLANS: Architecture. 



CAMERA SHY 
John Bartnick 
Diane Bonaccorsi 
Clarence Brazier 
Thomas A. Derrico 
Phillip Doiron 
Valerie Finley 
Gene Flores 
Dana Gilardi 
Victoria Jordan 
Lawrence Kovitch 
Scott Maggillivray 
Anthony Meads 
Darlene Merrill 
Michael Michaud 
Thomas Moran 
Mark Pavelcak 
James Phillips 
John Quinn 
Anna Ritchie 
Jon Shepard 
Karen Simmons 
Gerald Steeves 
Charles Sullivan 
Kevin R. Sullivan 
Kenneth Taylor 
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